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Developing Countries And Multilateral Trade Agreements: Law And The Promise Of Development, Chantal Thomas May 1995

Developing Countries And Multilateral Trade Agreements: Law And The Promise Of Development, Chantal Thomas

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Priority Of Invention In United States Patents: From The Paris Convention To Gatt, John F. Carroll Iv Jan 1995

Priority Of Invention In United States Patents: From The Paris Convention To Gatt, John F. Carroll Iv

Richmond Journal of Law & Technology

Imagine the following: It's New Year's Eve, 1994, and as twilight falls you start to clean off your desk and get ready to go home. On top of your "Out" tray is a copy of a patent application for American Corporation that you filed with the Patent and Trademark Office last week. A-Corp., one of your largest clients, is the nation's largest manufacturer of business office furniture. The patent application is for A-Corp's new "Security Cabinet," a device that protects sensitive computer disks and video- tapes from electromagnetic contamination. The Security Cabinet was unveiled at an office supply trade show …


Apec As A New Model Of Regional Economic Cooperation: Compatibility With Gatt, Bing Ding Jan 1995

Apec As A New Model Of Regional Economic Cooperation: Compatibility With Gatt, Bing Ding

LLM Theses and Essays

Today’s driving forces in world trade are private trade, investment flows, technological progress, and job creation. These forces create momentum towards the further integration of economy within their respective regions. The challenge for governments today is to reinforce these trends in favor of long-term economic benefits, while resisting the temptation to make short-term adjustments for growth. Regionalism is being considered as a solution to contemporary international economic problems; with the division of the world into the three major trading blocs of the EC, NAFTA, and APEC, regionalism seems to be the fastest road to multilateral free trade. This paper proposes …


International Environmental Law: Boundaries, Landmarks, And Realities, Lakshman Guruswamy Jan 1995

International Environmental Law: Boundaries, Landmarks, And Realities, Lakshman Guruswamy

Publications

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International Trade Relations And The Separation Of Powers Under The United States Constitution, John Linarelli Jan 1995

International Trade Relations And The Separation Of Powers Under The United States Constitution, John Linarelli

Scholarly Works

No abstract provided.