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Restructuring Trade Agreements

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Buch. Softcover

2021

280 S.

In englischer Sprache

Kluwer Law International. ISBN 9789403530345

Produktbeschreibung

To avoid trade-bargain erosion, countries involved in large-scale, bilateral or regional trade arrangements must reconcile preserving close economic ties and supply chains with the need to dynamically adjust to new opportunities with other partners. Using the growing deterioration of the European Union-Turkey Customs Union as an illustration to a new model of trade-agreement restructuring, this well-researched and deeply insightful book outlines and demonstrates how this trade arrangement can be successfully renegotiated, thus providing expert practical guidance in a crucial area of trade law and policy that rarely receives the attention it deserves. The book's novel framework features a clearly articulated legal foundation, a transactional deployment strategy, and a sequential negotiating approach applicable to bilateral and regional trade arrangements whose original terms no longer reflect the changed capabilities and interests of at least one of its parties.  The authors respond in detail to questions, such as: - When should a country pursue bargain rebalancing?
- How should trade diplomats pursue renegotiation and/or new partnerships, legally and transactionally?
- Given that free trade agreements keep each country’s trade sovereignty mostly intact, under which circumstances should a country ever consider entering a customs union?
- How may free-trade agreements help countries address trade imbalances while enhancing supply chain resilience?
- What are the limits to WTO litigation as an effective market-barrier-opening tool?
- How should trade-agreement restructuring be deployed as a path to further trade liberalization?
In-depth attention is paid to identifying and investigating trade arrangements that are ripe for renegotiation and assessing sources of domestic and external support for or against renegotiating such bargains. This book’s model of international trade-agreement restructuring fits well with emerging thinking on greater trade diversification and supply-chain resilience. The authors provide a clear, actionable approach for considering and conducting the renegotiation of trade deals. For these reasons, this book will be welcomed by trade lawyers, supply-chain executives, economists, government officials, and academics who are grappling with rising economic frictions in the fault lines of national sovereignty, economic interdependence, and the limits of current trade arrangements.  

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