LAWS 430 - International Trade
 
(3 cr.) The course will cover domestic and international laws and insti- tutions governing foreign trade, including the legal consequences of U.S. participation in the GATT, UNCTAD, and other internation- al forums, law regulating customs and tariffs, government pro- curement, subsidies, dumping, unfair foreign trade practices, disruptive imports under the escape clause, the generalized system of preferences, most-favored nation treatment, exports under the Export Administration Act, and foreigh assets control; the impact of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation treaties. Specialized problems will include foreign corrupt practices, and restrictive business practices. NAFTA, Custom Unions and Free Trade Areas.
 
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