Towards a More Effective Resolution of Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy Disputes: Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Need for an International Trade Court

Abdullah M. Mattar

Abstract


This paper examines the effectiveness of dispute resolution pertaining to anti-dumping and anti-subsidy rules, as outlined in the World Trade Organisation agreement. The paper delves into the weaknesses in the current dispute resolution mechanism and addresses the need for amendment. It establishes a need to install a Dispute Resolution Centre under the auspices of the World Trade Organisation, and a World Trade Court to legally resolve the immense and ongoing trade conflicts between interested parties and large international companies.

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