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China-Taiwan Trade Relations: Implications Of The Wto And Asian Regionalism, Pasha L. Hsieh Apr 2013

China-Taiwan Trade Relations: Implications Of The Wto And Asian Regionalism, Pasha L. Hsieh

Pasha L. Hsieh

Cross-strait relations underwent a fundamental change when both China and Taiwan joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001. The WTO is the first world-wide multilateral organization in which China and Taiwan share equal statuses. Thus, the WTO provides a neutral forum for China and Taiwan to resolve trade conflicts. More importantly, the WTO requires the two states to behave toward one another in a manner consistent with WTO norms. Consequently, the trade policies of China and Taiwan would change in response to their WTO obligations. In addition to the WTO, Asian regionalism, which refers to the recent accelerated integration …


Transnational Legal Practice 2009, Laurel S. Terry, Carole Silver, Ellyn Rosen Dec 2009

Transnational Legal Practice 2009, Laurel S. Terry, Carole Silver, Ellyn Rosen

Laurel S. Terry

This article identifies some of the most important U.S. and international developments in transnational legal practice and provides citations for further research. The article begins by briefly reviewing the impact of the recession on legal services. The second section focuses on international developments. It identifies some of the ongoing efforts to implement the 2007 U.K. Legal Services Act, including the issuance of the influential Hunt and Smedley reports. It also provides information about law reform initiatives in France, Scotland and Korea. This section of the article also provides information about Canadian and Australian developments regarding admission of foreign applicants and …