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The United States International Trade Commission is an independent, nonpartisan, quasi-judicial federal agency that fulfills a range of trade-related mandates. We provide high-quality, leading-edge analysis of international trade issues to the President and the Congress. The Commission is a highly regarded forum for the adjudication of intellectual property and trade disputes. Disdier et al. () find that harmonization to international standards is often benign or trade expanding for developing countries, whereas harmonization to regional standards is . Harmonization of international standards is critical if countries and food processors want to benefit from globalization. Harmonization of standards, specifications, and regulations is critical to international trade. Harmonization allows companies to understand the minimum regulatory and customer requirements of international markets. International harmonization of economic regulation is an attempt to eliminate, or at least reduce, regulatory diversity in economic policy areas where states have autonomous regulatory jurisdiction. In some regulatory areas, its history dates back to the late 19th century, but harmonization efforts have accelerated and intensified particularly since the : Junji Nakagawa.
The synthesis of existing systems and emerging trends presented in this important book will be of immeasurable value to everyone working in the field of international commerce, from business executives and their counsel to policymakers and government officials. It will be consulted by all these professionals for many years to by: 6. Pushing the boundaries between domestic and unified laws, this book explores the differences between unification and harmonization. Bruno Zeller provides a critical examination of the Convention for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), the advances of international jurisprudence and the role of domestic courts, in order to consider whether Cited by: 6. UPDATE: A Guide on the Harmonization of International Commercial Law. By Duncan Alford. Updated by Matthew Novak. Matthew Novak is an Associate Professor of Law Library and reference librarian at the Schmid Law Library of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law. Prior to joining the Schmid Law Library, he was an Assistant Public Defender with the . Harmonisation can be achieved in two ways, actively or passively. The most common is the active pursuit of harmonisation usually through the enactment of legislation which incorporates the harmonised principles into the local law. Passive harmonisation may occur through non-legislative agreements or a convergence of case law. So far, passive.
The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, also known as the Harmonized System (HS) of tariff nomenclature is an internationally standardized system of names and numbers to classify traded products. It came into effect in and has since been developed and maintained by the World Customs Organization (WCO) (formerly the Customs Co . “Harmonization” and “unification” of the law of international trade refers to the process through which the law facilitating international commerce is created and adopted. Internatio nal. In this book, Alex Stack raises and explores critically important questions with respect to this body of experience: When is international patent law cooperation and harmonization welfare-enhancing? What is the role of international institutions - WIPO and the WTO - Format: Hardcover. Comparative Export Trade and International Harmonization Authors: Srivastava, Ajendra Offers a systematic and in-depth study of the law of international trade, while exploring the diverse approaches to the regulation of international trade transactions and the trend toward internationalization of the municipal laws of international trade.