Category: Trade Law

  • The Binding Nature Paradox of Ministerial Decisions: A Grey Area

    The Binding Nature Paradox of Ministerial Decisions: A Grey Area

    [By Krishna Ravishankar ] The author is a student of National Law University, Jodhpur.   INTRODUCTION With the wheels of the 13th Ministerial Conference (hereinafter, “MC”) bus gearing up speed to be held at Abu Dhabi, MC-12 still remains an important talking point in the realm of international trade. The most significant face of the…

  • A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF TRANSPARENCY REGULATIONS (SECTION II) UNDER THE INVESTMENT FACILITATION DRAFT 2022

    A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF TRANSPARENCY REGULATIONS (SECTION II) UNDER THE INVESTMENT FACILITATION DRAFT 2022

    [By Sanket Das & Shrey Srivastav] The authors are students at National Law University Odisha. Introduction Successful investment facilitation strategies are built on a solid foundation of transparency and information. By transparency, it is meant that the investors should have knowledge about the pertinent laws which influence their investment decisions. [1] Further, investors should also…

  • Impact of COVID-19 on International Trade in India

    Impact of COVID-19 on International Trade in India

    [By Vanshika Chansoria and Raj Aryan] Vanshika is a student at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, and Raj is a student at the Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida. Introduction International trade is the movement of commodities, goods, services, and intellectual property across the national borders of one’s own country. Trade has been taking place…

  • Arbitrating WTO Disputes: A Temporary Solution to the Appellate Body Quagmire

    Arbitrating WTO Disputes: A Temporary Solution to the Appellate Body Quagmire

    [By Ashuthosh V] The author is a student at the Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction The Dispute Settlement Body (‘DSB’) is a forum that resolves disputes between the World Trade Organization (‘WTO’) members. Such disputes must be a subject matter under any WTO agreement arising out of the Final Act of the Uruguay Round.…

  • Bilateral Investment Treaty Between India and Brazil: A Dispute Prevention Mechanism

    Bilateral Investment Treaty Between India and Brazil: A Dispute Prevention Mechanism

    [By Arush Mittal] The author is a student at Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur. Introduction India inked the Investment Cooperation and Facilitation Treaty with Brazil on 25th January, 2020. This treaty is a Bilateral Investment Treaty (‘BIT’) between the two countries. The signing of this treaty gathered a lot of deliberation as it contains a…

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