Week 18 Trade - Pol343y1 Week 17\/8 Trade Q Philippe sands Good Trade Bad trade Cheap Shrimp E Cases in article Imports of shrimp(US v India Malaysia

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Pol343y1 Week 17/8: Trade Q: Philippe sands: Good Trade, Bad trade, Cheap Shrimp E: Cases in article: Imports of shrimp (US v India, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines) NGO and advocacy groups drawing attention to issues ban due to use of turtle catching nets (improper catching methods) Turtles unlike dolphins migrate and they are included under international environmental standards other friendly nations did not ban shrimp inputs indiscriminately WTO consider environmental issues US did not negotiate with the other states Imports of Tuna (USA v Mexico): compliant to GATT since mexicans were trapping dolphins accidentally with tuna methods. Imports blocked as a result Us loses cases on grounds that dolphins were not protected by international environmental standards domes v international: dolphins on mexico coast not related to those in US (no migration) import of gasoline (Venezuela and Brazil) Us discriminated over imported gasoline through standards others argued that US should subject domestic refineries to same standards (other considerations creeping in 1996) Bananas Case (US v EU): Europeans preferring bananas from santa lucia because they are different and better than those in us places US one case and lots of framers in St. Lucia lost jobs and EU got less preferable bananas Online Gambling (US v Antigua and Barbuda) government forced no ads and A and B gambling industry suffered as a result WTO argued in favour of A and B EU block asbestos containing material from canada WTO rules in favour of EU after they (EU) – Health v Trade Cotton Case: (US v Brazil) brazil winds case arguing against us subsidies for cotton industry Steel Case: (US V EU)
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