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Former Appellate Body member: Lack of U.S. engagement imperils the WTO

July 11, 2018
The absence of U.S. proposals for how to address criticisms it has raised about the World Trade Organization Appellate Body could endanger its functioning and that of the WTO dispute settlement system, former Appellate Body member Ricardo Ramírez-Hernández said on Wednesday. “The problem here is you are just hearing problems, you are not hearing solutions,” Ramírez-Hernández said at an event hosted by Georgetown Law. “The U.S. has not put on the table any solution, or any proposal. No matter how...


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