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U.S. Trade And Investment In Mexico: An Overview Of The Eighties, Ewell E. Murphy Jr. Oct 1980

U.S. Trade And Investment In Mexico: An Overview Of The Eighties, Ewell E. Murphy Jr.

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Market Disruption Caused By Imports From Communist Countries: Analysis Of Section 406 Of The Trade Act Of 1974, Joseph A. Calabrese Jul 1980

Market Disruption Caused By Imports From Communist Countries: Analysis Of Section 406 Of The Trade Act Of 1974, Joseph A. Calabrese

Cornell International Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The United States And Taiwan After Derecognition: Consequences And Legal Remedies, Ahmed Sheikh Mar 1980

The United States And Taiwan After Derecognition: Consequences And Legal Remedies, Ahmed Sheikh

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Export Of Pharmaceutical Products Under The Federal Food, Drug, And Cosmetic Act, Susan D. Goland Jan 1980

Export Of Pharmaceutical Products Under The Federal Food, Drug, And Cosmetic Act, Susan D. Goland

Cornell International Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Antitrust Commission And The Webb-Pomerene Act: A Critical Assessment, John F. Mcdermid Jan 1980

The Antitrust Commission And The Webb-Pomerene Act: A Critical Assessment, John F. Mcdermid

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Socialist Countries In Gatt, K. Grzybowski Jan 1980

Socialist Countries In Gatt, K. Grzybowski

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Establishing American Trading Companies, Franklin A. Cole Jan 1980

Establishing American Trading Companies, Franklin A. Cole

Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business

On September 3, 1980, the United States Senate, by unanimous vote, passed landmark legislation designed to increase American ex- ports of products and services by encouraging formation of U.S. export trading companies.' The Export Trading Company Act of 1980,2 rein- troduced and at this writing awaiting approval by a new Congress,3 is a significant first step in offering American companies, particularly those of small and medium size, the opportunity to enter markets on a par with their international foreign competitors. The Act moderates re- strictions that have blocked the growth of full-range export trade ser- vice companies that would help …


Effects Of Peace In The Middle East On Trade With The United States, Robert M. Campbell Jan 1980

Effects Of Peace In The Middle East On Trade With The United States, Robert M. Campbell

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Trade In Place Of Migration, Jagdish N. Bhagwati Jan 1980

Trade In Place Of Migration, Jagdish N. Bhagwati

Faculty Scholarship

This is a very useful and welcome study, sponsored by the World Employment Programme of the I.L.O., of the effects that increased trade flows could have on the level of employment in one “receiving country,” West Germany, and two sending countries, “Spain and Turkey,” and their implications for immigration policies.