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Title: Borne for the Product, Why Not for the Process?
Authors: Bansal, Sahil
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2020
Publisher: Jindal Forum for International and Economic Forum
Citation: Bansal, S. (August 05, 2020) Borne for the Product, Why Not for the Process? Jindal Forum for International and Economic Forum
Abstract: It is as imperative, as it is difficult, for International Trade Lawyers to talk about the environment in a world that loves its trade. There are concerns over the worsening in quality and dwindling availability of natural resources, where there have been various efforts made by the international trading community towards the conservation of the environment (here, here and here). In this context, I will critically discuss how technical regulations on trade, specifically Non-Product Related Process and Production Methods (“NPR-PPMs”), can be helpful in addressing the global environmental concerns that lie beyond one’s own borders. I will be specifically addressing the consistency of such NPR-PPMs imposed by a country under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1994 (“GATT”).
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