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Title: A critical analysis of conditionalities in the generalised system of preferences
Authors: Kishore, Pallavi
Keywords: International trade law
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Kishore, Pallavi. (2016). A critical analysis of conditionalities in the generalised system of preferences. Canadian Yearbook of International Law, Vol 54: 98-133
Abstract: This article examines conditionalities in the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) in light of the European Communities – Conditions for the Granting of Tariff Preferences to Developing Countries (EC – Tariff references) case at the World Trade Organization (WTO). The article largely undertakes this examination from the point of view of developing countries. It mainly examines the issue of discrimination in conditionalities since this was the principal question raised in the EC – Tariff Preferences case and makes suggestions regarding the regulation of conditionalities. In doing so, the article follows two trajectories: first, it makes suggestions for the WTO panels and Appellate Body, and, second, it makes suggestions for GSP donors, by analyzing the new European GSP + Scheme and by drawing inspiration from conditionalities in the loans granted by the World Bank.
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