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Double Remedies: A Feasible Option?

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This paper is an endeavour to specifically discuss the problems of simultaneous imposition of trade remedies in disputes before the World Trade Organization. The authors have undertaken the approach of providing an introduction to the three trade remedies and then analyzing the recent AD-CVD case on the subject of Non-Market economies and imposition of more than one trade remedies. With a background of this dispute the interesting goal is to find a consistency of this measure with the WTO obligations. Further, various situations are scrutinized to assess the future implications of the adoption of this approach in the WTO jurisprudence.

Affiliations: 1: BA LL.B (International Trade and Investment Law Hons.), National Law University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan India, and


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