Dispute settlement at the wto the developing country experience the world trade organization wto dispute settlement mechanism can be critical for developing countries seeking to defend their trade rights and development interests the system has been essential for challenging harmful subsidy programs eliminating unfair anti dumping. Dispute settlement system training module chapter 11 developing countries in wto dispute settlement previous chapters have addressed at least in part where the dsu specifically refers to developing country members and provides for special rules applicable to disputes involving a developing country member nevertheless these rules providing special and differential treatment are the subject . This innovative book on dispute settlement at the wto from a developing country perspective proves once again that the two editors prof gc shaffer and ricardo melendez ortiz chief executive of the international centre for trade and sustainable development ictsd at geneva remain among the most thought provoking researchers on matters of international trade law and policies. A recent study of developing countries experiences in wto dispute settlement has found that the acwl has contributed significantly to redressing resource imbalances that hinder the ability of developing and least developed countries ldcs to use the wto dispute settlement system effectively. This paper is the introduction to the book dispute settlement at the wto the developing country experience edited by gregory shaffer and ricardo melendez ortiz cambridge university press 2010
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