Tung, Genevieve (2014). International Trade Law and Information Policy: A Recent History. International Journal of Legal Information, 42(2), 241-292. Retrieved from https://doi.org/doi:10.7282/T3DJ5HPD
AbstractBy looking at the practices of both the United States Trade Representative and selected international treaty-making bodies, this paper explores the origins of the current conflict over information access in trade diplomacy and identifies what these trends may portend for information access regarding future agreements.
SubjectsInternational trade, Foreign trade regulation, Information policy
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