Global Trade and Customs Journal

Volume 13 (2018)

'Guest Editor’s Introduction: Opinion 2/15 of the Court of Justice on the EU–Singapore Free Trade Agreement', Nicolaj Kuplewatzky, Issue 1, pp. 2–3
'Towards a Sustainable World Trade Law? The Commercial Policy of the European Union After Opinion 2/15 CJEU', Giovanni Gruni, Issue 1, pp. 4–12
'Changes in EU Trade Policy After Opinion 2/15', Dylan Geraets, Issue 1, pp. 13–18
'Prior Judicial Involvement in Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Lessons from the Court’s Rhetoric in Opinion 2/15', Hannes Lenk, Issue 1, pp. 19–26
'Unspoken Truths: The Hidden Logic of Decision 2/15', Rob Howse, Issue 1, pp. 27–30
'WCO Quarterly Column: Insecurity, Development, Trade and Taxation', Thomas Cantens, Issue 1, pp. 31–34

'A Series of Sales: Determining the Customs Value Under the Union Customs Code', Martijn Schippers, Issue 2, pp. 36–48
'The Paradox of the Nairobi Ministerial Decision on Export Competition: Lessons for the Future', Dennis Muhambe, Issue 2, pp. 49–61
'Bilateralism and Unilateralism: The Future of International Trade Relations?', Frank Altemöller, Issue 2, pp. 62–68
'How to Define ‘Public Morals’ in WTO Law? A Critique of the Brazil - Taxation and Charges Panel Report', Ming Du, Issue 2, pp. 69–74
'Overview of the Korean Classification Regime and Notable Matters (Part I)', Jeong Cheol Cho, Issue 2, pp. 75–77

'A ‘MES’ to be adjusted: past and future treatment of Chinese imports in EU anti-dumping investigations', Renato Antonini, Issue 3, pp. 79–94
'India’s Experience with the WTO Agreement on Textiles and Clothing', Pallavi Kishore, Issue 3, pp. 95–106
'Use of the Dispute Settlement Mechanism of the WTO by Developing Countries in the Context of Food Safety', Cemal Atici, Issue 3, pp. 107–115
'The Political Arithmetic of Borders: Towards an Enlightened Form of Criticism', Thomas Cantens, Issue 3, pp. 116–127

'The Shake-Up of the EU Institutions’ Dumping Calculation Methodology and the Compatibility of a Market-Oriented Concept of Normal Value with WTO Law', Vassilis Akritidis, Florentine Sneij, Issue 4, pp. 129–140
'Foreign Investment Control Heats Up: A Global Survey of Existing Regimes and Potential Significant Changes on the Horizon', Laura Fraedrich, Chase Kaniecki, Sara Rafferty, Issue 4, pp. 141–156
'New Digital Infrastructure, Cross-Border E-Commerce and Global Vision of Creating Electronic World Trade Platform', Shuzhong Ma, Yuxi Chai, Jinmin Wang, Yan Duan, Issue 4, pp. 157–167
'Export Competitiveness and Trade Agreements: Analysis and Insights from Israel’s Experience', Eyal Ronen, Yohan Benizri, Issue 4, pp. 168–181
'Harnessing the Power of Data for Customs Enforcement', Mariya Polner, Issue 4, pp. 182–185

'The Court of Justice of the European Union Judgment in the Hamamatsu Case: Defending EU Customs Valuation Law from the ‘Transfer Pricing Folly’ in Customs Matters', Davide Rovetta, Laura Carola Beretta, Agnieszka Smiatacz, Issue 5, pp. 187–190
'Implementing ISO 37001 to Manage Your Bribery Risks', Jean-Pierre Méan, Holger Gehring, Issue 5, pp. 191–197
'The Impact of Economic Sanctions and the JCPOA on Energy Sector of Iran', Amir Ahmadi, Issue 5, pp. 198–223
'Combating Customs Revenue Fraud in WCO East and Southern African Region: A Mirror Analysis Through the Lens of Malawi', Frank Kalizinje, Issue 5, pp. 224–233

'Determination of Customs Value and Warranties: Lessons from the Recent Case Law of the European Court of Justice', Arnoud Willems, Jenya Grigorova, Issue 6, pp. 235–238
'The Concept of ‘Good Faith’ in the Particular Case of Preferential Arrangements', Alejandro García Heredia, Issue 6, pp. 239–252
'The Unreliability of Merchandise Trade Statistics', Tadashi Yasui, Issue 6, pp. 253–262
'Origin Marking in the European Union: Mandatory or Voluntary?', Enea Fochesato, Issue 6, pp. 263–266
'Book Review: EU Customs Code, by Sara Armella. (Bocconi University Press. 2017)', Renato Antonini, Issue 6, pp. 267–268

'EU Harmonization of Customs Penalties: Work on the EU’s Foundations', Timothy Lyons, Issue 7/8, pp. 270–271
'EU Harmonization of Customs Infringements and Sanctions Is Needed but the EU Must Proceed with Caution', Pablo Muñiz, Issue 7/8, pp. 272–273
'Customs Law Violations and Penalties in Europe/Where Do We Stand After fifty Years of Customs Union?', Panayota Anaboli, Issue 7/8, pp. 274–280
'Infringements and Penalties in Customs Matters in Spain', Santiago Ibáñez Marsilla, Issue 7/8, pp. 281–289
'Lithuania and EU Harmonization of Customs Infringements', Mantas Juozaitis, Issue 7/8, pp. 290–295
'The Portuguese Customs Infractions Regime', Jose Rijo, Issue 7/8, pp. 296–303
'Overview of the French Customs Infringements and Sanctions and the Question of Possible Harmonization', Freddy Desplanques, Amélie de Franssu, Issue 7/8, pp. 304–309
'Customs Penalties in Germany', Michael Lux, Thomas Möller, Eric Pickett, Alexander Retemeyer, Issue 7/8, pp. 310–328
'Feasibility of Harmonizing Customs Sanctioning Systems in the European Union: Some Considerations from a Belgian Point of View', Levi Goossens, Bert Gevers, Issue 7/8, pp. 329–334
'Customs Infringements and Sanctions in Polish Regulations', Wiesław Czyżowicz, Issue 7/8, pp. 335–342
'Harmonization of Customs Law Penalties in the European Union: Have the EU Institutions at All Realized It Is a Multilevel, Multisource Complex System? Some Reflections Based on the Italian Case', Davide Rovetta, Vincenzo Villante, Issue 7/8, pp. 343–346
'UK Customs Penalties and EU Harmonization', Timothy Lyons, Issue 7/8, pp. 347–353

'EU Safeguard Law and Practice: 1995–2018', Edwin Vermulst, Folkert Graafsma, Issue 9, pp. 355–375
'Meditations in an Emergency: The Appellate Body Deadlock – What It Is, Why It Is a Problem, and What to Do About It', Akhil Raina, Issue 9, pp. 376–386
'Dispute Settlement Mechanisms Under Free Trade Agreements and the WTO: Stakes, Issues and Practical Considerations: A Question of Choice?', Céline Todeschini-Marthe, Issue 9, pp. 387–403
'Is the WTO Dispute Settlement System a Model for EU FTA Investor-State Disputes?', Alexandra Goetz-Charlier, Issue 9, pp. 404–417

'Interpreting WTO Rules in Times of Contestation (Part 1): Trump Tariffs on Imported Steel and Aluminium in the Light of the GATT 1994', Gustavo Adolfo Guarin Duque, Issue 10, pp. 420–434
'Normal Value in Anti-Dumping Proceedings: Is Surrogate Value No Longer Applied Exceptionally?', Ye Li, Issue 10, pp. 435–441
'Assessing the Determinants of Customs-Related Transaction Costs in Turkey', Halit Yanikkaya, Zeynep Aktaş Koral, Issue 10, pp. 442–452
'‘The Pacific Alliance in Search for a Financial Integration: So Close and yet so Far’', Manuel Monteagudo, Issue 10, pp. 453–471
'The EU-Mexico Global Agreement: A Groundbreaking Precedent for Animal Welfare in Trade Policy', Stephanie Ghislain, Issue 10, pp. 472–474
'Global Trade and Customs Journal Interview', Sydney Nash, Issue 10, pp. 475–476

ISSUE 11/12
'Guest Editor’s Introduction: Next Generation Trade Lawyers in Brussels', Eva Monard, Nicolaj Kuplewatzky, Issue 11/12, pp. 479–480
'Class-Action in EU TDI Cases: Applications for Annulment Brought by Associations on Behalf of Their Members', Byron Maniatis, Issue 11/12, pp. 481–486
'Some Thoughts on Unlocking the Potential of Existing Trade in Services Rules', Bregt Natens, Issue 11/12, pp. 487–490
'The Continued Quest for a Single Set of Rules for Two Economic Systems: Addressing ‘Significant Distortions’ Arising from State Influence', Dylan Geraets, Issue 11/12, pp. 491–495
'The Reincarnation of the EU Blocking Regulation: Putting European Companies Between a Rock and a Hard Place', Charlotte Van Haute, Sara Nordin, Genevra Forwood, Issue 11/12, pp. 496–501
'Admissibility of Actions Brought by the Union Industry: Timex Revisited', Nicoleta Tuominen, Issue 11/12, pp. 502–504
'‘Not Quite There Yet’: The Ongoing Quest for a Deep Procedural Reform of EU Trade Defence Instruments', Lorenzo Di Masi, Issue 11/12, pp. 505–510
'Anti-Dumping in Europe: What About Us(ers)?', Hélène Juramy, Issue 11/12, pp. 511–518
'The CAP Under Attack? Last Developments In Trade Defence Cases Targeting European Food Products', Gabriele Coppo, Issue 11/12, pp. 519–531
'Filling the Gap: Are the EU Retaliatory Tariffs Consistent with EU Law?', Jérémie Charles, Issue 11/12, pp. 532–538
'The EU’s Modernization Regulation: Stronger and More Effective Trade Defence Instruments?', Joris Cornelis, Issue 11/12, pp. 539–543
'The European Union’s Trade Retaliation – Rebalancing the United States’ Steel and Aluminium Measures', Bartek Czyczerski, Issue 11/12, pp. 544–549
'Rebooting the WTO to Tackle Legitimate Concerns and Ensure Predictability for Businesses', Anna Claudia C. Dias, Issue 11/12, pp. 550–555
'Article Index', Issue 11/12, pp. 556–558

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