By Ryan Davis (January 13, 2010, 6:51 PM EST) -- Rulings by the World Trade Organization that had a significant impact on U.S. trade law and cases that reshaped the way the U.S. deals with trade from China topped lawyers' list of the most notable trade cases of the past decade.
Here are the cases from the past 10 years that international trade attorneys singled out as the most influential:
China's Nonmarket Economy Status
In a 2007 case dealing with coated free-sheet paper from China, the U.S. Department of Commerce reversed a policy that had been in place for two decades and decided that countervailing duties could be applied to subsidized...
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