Saturday, August 23, 2014

U.S. Adopts Two-Pronged Defense In WTO Clove Case With Indonesia

The United States is fighting back against Indonesia's efforts to impose retaliation in a World Trade Organization dispute that faulted a U.S. ban on nonmenthol cigarettes, both by arguing that it has complied with a 2012 Appellate Body ruling in the case and by claiming that Indonesia is not entitled to retaliation because it has continued to export clove tobacco products to the U.S.


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