25th May 2011
Day 1 will address issues relating to dispute settlement, taking as its overarching theme: "Subsidies in Many Shapes and Sizes". Under this rubric will be panels addressing (a) US-China Trade Relations - Ongoing Disputes Over "Subsidies"; (b) China's "Indigenous Innovation" Policy'; (c) US "Zeroing": A Failed Litigation Strategy and Its Impact on the Role of "Precedent" in Dispute Settlement in the Trading System; and (d) WTO Disputes: A Year in Review and a Look Ahead.
Day 2 will address issues of broader policy concern, looking at issues arising under the theme of "The Global Financial Crisis and its Impact on International Regulation Inside and Outside the WTO." On this day we are considering panels addressing (a) The Doha Round: Current Prospects; (b) After the Financial Crisis; (c) Relationship between Trade and Finance
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