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Public Private Partnership for WTO Dispute Settlement

Enabling Developing Countries

Amrita Bahri

Public Private Partnership for WTO Dispute Settlement is an interdisciplinary work examining the growing interaction between business entities and public officials. Crucially, it identifies how this relationship can enable developing countries to effectively utilize the provisions of the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Understanding (WTO DSU).
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Chapter 3: Handling of WTO disputes: the United States of America and the European Union

Enabling Developing Countries

Amrita Bahri

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Chapter 3 deals with the dispute settlement partnership experiences of the two most active users of WTO DSU: the US and the EU. The importance of this chapter stems from the fact that both the US and the EU enjoy a wealth of dispute settlement partnership experience, so much so that they can truly be considered as the leaders of the dispute settlement partnership approach. They have established a massive set-up for public-private interaction during dispute settlement, which can be considered in principle as a ‘formal’ partnership mechanism because it is built on a system of legal ‘rights and obligations’. The US and the EU are therefore important examples useful for understanding and examining the benefits and weaknesses of a formalised PPP arrangement as against an informal one.

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