International Law - International Law: Dispute Resolution:...

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International Law: Dispute Resolution: The United States and Japan have been strong allies throughout history, but have also seen disputes throughout the year when it come to business and international trade. Throughout the years and more commonly the guidelines under the WTO (World Trade Organization) have been the stepping stone to resolving trading friction between the two countries. The Current WTO Dispute Settlement System is currently used to work through disputes and retain the essential relationship between the United States and Japan. It is widely thought that the WTO does not seem to have the complete capacity to resolve restrictive practices. However, disputes are more recently resolved through consideration, the WTO panel, active communication, and understanding of the bilateral benefits to each country. Language Consideration: It is essential to consider the language differences between Japan and the United States. While business can often be conducted in English, our company needs to take into
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