Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Sung “Chris” Lee Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Online Content Editor Low steel prices have been driven by Chinese steel glut: China is dumping steel globally to get rid of the massive excess supply. As China shifts away from growth driven by the manufacturing industry, it is flooding the worldwide steel market with its […]

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The Fate of Plain Packaging: Balancing Free Trade and Health Regulation in the International Forum

The Fate of Plain Packaging: Balancing Free Trade and Health Regulation in the International Forum

Alicia McCaffrey Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Note Editor Many law students are familiar with the Argentina bonds arbitrations because of their popularity in Transnational Law classes. These Argentina bonds arbitrations are one example of a genre of cases debating the legality of strict government regulations. These scenarios generally involve a government wanting to […]

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Do International Trade and Human Rights Law Allow “Fat Taxes”?

Alicia McCaffrey, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Many in the U.S. remember the controversy that ensued when Mayor Michael Bloomberg attempted to enact a ban on the sale of large containers of soda in New York City.[1] While the national response was rather negative (and in fact a New York state judge later overruled the regulation[2]), […]

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