'Brazil Cotton' Makes Trade Retaliation Operational
Brazil had been seeking $2.68 billion in countermeasures, threatening to "cross-retaliate" by targeting U.S. intellectual property rights and service businesses. However, the panel awarded only $294.7 million for fiscal year 2006.
The decision has interesting policy implications, particularly in relation to the pending WTO dispute settlement proceeding...
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