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The MERCOSUR Settlement of Disputes System

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The establishment of a common market for the southern cone (Mercosur) States was scheduled to be accomplished by the end of 1994. During the transition period, member States were to adopt general rules of origin, a system for the settlement of disputes and safeguards clauses, as contained in the respective annexes to the Asunción Treaty. This article describes the subsequent methods for the settlement of disputes among the Mercosur member States.

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2006-03-01
2016-12-11

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