ISSUE 1
'Some Recent Developments in EC-East European Economic Relations', Susan Senior Nello, Issue 1, pp. 5–24
'The Role of Brazil in Japan’s Economic Strategy: Implications for the United States', Leon Hollerman, Issue 1, pp. 25–37
'Antitrust Merger Control and National Security Review of Foreign Acquisitions in the United States', Joel Davidow, Paul Schott Stevens, Issue 1, pp. 39–56
'Legal and Other Justifications for Writing–off the Debts of the Poor Third World Countries: The Case of Africa South of the Sahara', Yacob Haile-Mariam, Issue 1, pp. 57–70
'Market Sharing Under Multifiber Arrangement: Consequences of Non-Tariff Barriers in the Textiles Trade', Ram Khanna, Issue 1, pp. 71–104
'International Futures Transactions: The United States as Global Regulator', Michael S. Sackheim, Issue 1, pp. 105–112
'The NICs, Shifting Comparative Advantage, and the Product Life Cycle', James M. Lutz, Young Whan Kihl, Issue 1, pp. 113–134
'Services and the GATT: US Motives and a Blueprint for Negotiations', Fred Lazar, Issue 1, pp. 135–145

ISSUE 2
'EEC Anti–Dumping Law and Procedure Revisited', Ivo Van Bael, Issue 2, pp. 5–23
'The U.S. Rules of Origin Proposal to GATT: Monotheism or Polytheism?', N. David Palmeter, Issue 2, pp. 25–36
'The Law of United States-Japan Trade Relations', L. Jerold Adams, Issue 2, pp. 37–65
'New Developments in the GATT Dispute Settlement Procedures', Eric Canal-Forgues, Rudolf Ostrihansky, Issue 2, pp. 67–89
'International Efforts to Minimize the Adverse Trade Effects of National Sanitary and Phytosanitary Regulations', Eliza Patterson, Issue 2, pp. 91–102
'EEC Antidumping: The Level of Trade Issue after the Definitive CD Players Regulation – Japanese Proposal to GATT on the Level of Trade Issue', Pierre Didier, Issue 2, pp. 103–109
'The Internationalization of Financial Markets and Competitiveness in the World Economy', Gokhan Capoglu, Issue 2, pp. 111–118

ISSUE 3
'Private Parties and GATT Dispute Resolution: Implications of the Panel Report on Section 337 of the US Tariff Act of 1930', Ronald A. Brand, Issue 3, pp. 5–30
'Southern African Customs Union and BLS-Countries (Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland)', Umesh Kumar, Issue 3, pp. 31–53
'European Community Rules of Origin as Commercial Policy Instruments?', Edwin Vermulst, Paul Waer, Issue 3, pp. 55–99
'The United States’ New Anti–Circumvention Provision and Its Application by the Commerce Department', William J. Clinton, Daniel L. Porter, Issue 3, pp. 101–122
'An Empirical Study of the Application of Canadian Anti–Dumping Laws: A Search for Normative Rationales', Susan Hutton, Michael Trebilcock, Issue 3, pp. 123–146
'The New GATT Trade Policy Review Mechanism: An Exercise in Transparency or “Enforcement”?', Asif H. Qureshi, Issue 3, pp. 147–160
'Books Received', Issue 3, pp. 161–162
'Erratum', Issue 3, pp. 163–163

ISSUE 4
'Dumping and Antidumping: Growing Problems in World Trade', Ken Matsumoto, Grant Finlayson, Issue 4, pp. 5–19
'Normative Acts of the International Economic Organizations in International Law–Making', Sergei A. Voitovich, Issue 4, pp. 21–38
'Policing Unfair Imports: The United States Example', J. Michael Finger, Tracy Murray, Issue 4, pp. 39–53
'Domestic Subsidies and Countervail: The Treacherous Ground of the Level Playing Field', James D. Gaisford, Donald L. McLachlan, Issue 4, pp. 55–77
'Enforcing United States Foreign Trade Legislation: Is There a Need for Expanded Presidential Discretion?', Fred O. Boadu, E. Wesley F. Peterson, Issue 4, pp. 79–93

ISSUE 5
'Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS): Objectives, Approaches and Basic Principles of the GATT and of Intellectual Property Conventions', Rajan Dhanjee, Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Issue 5, pp. 5–15
'The Egyptian Experience with Countertrade: Case Studies', Abla Abdel-Latif, Issue 5, pp. 17–34
'Canada’s International Obligations in Energy and the Free–Trade Agreement with the United States', André Plourde, Issue 5, pp. 35–56
'Globalisation and the Trade Policy Response', Maarten Smeets, Issue 5, pp. 57–73
'Benefits and Costs of Intellectual Property Protection in Developing Countries', Richard T. Rapp, Richard P. Rozek, Issue 5, pp. 75–102
'Services and the Development Process: Legal Aspects of Changing Economic Determinants', Esohe Aghatise, Issue 5, pp. 103–113
'The Competition Effects of Dumping', Phedon Nicolaides, Issue 5, pp. 115–131
'China’s Application to the GATT: State Trading and the Problem of Market Access', Paul D. McKenzie, Issue 5, pp. 133–158
'Index – Volumes 24 (1990)', Issue 5, pp. 160–160

ISSUE 6
'Protectionist Tilts in Antidumping Legislation of Developed Countries and the LDC Response: Is the “Race to the Bottom” Inevitable?', Malcolm D. Rowat, Issue 6, pp. 5–29
'Recent Developments in Korea’s Foreign Investment', Woong Shik Shin, Eugene J. Oh, Issue 6, pp. 31–56
'Trade Liberalization Under the Treaty of the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas): Some Preliminary Highlights of Legal and Economic Problems', Augustus Asante Agyemang, Issue 6, pp. 57–79
'Patents and Pharmaceutical Drugs: Understanding the Pressures on Developing Countries', Julio Nogués, Issue 6, pp. 81–104
'Economic Sanctions Against Iraq: The Ideal Case?', Maarten Smeets, Issue 6, pp. 105–120
'Non-Judicial and Judicial Remedies in International Trade Disputes: Some Reflections at the Close of the Uruguay Round', Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Issue 6, pp. 121–125
'Books Received', Issue 6, pp. 127–128

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