June 1999
International Law Update;Jun99, Vol. 5, p69
Reports on the World Trade Organization (WTO) Panel's ruling that Australian government's grants for automotive leather do not conform to WTO agreement on subsidies and countervailing measures. United States challenge to Australia's subsidies to Howe and Co. Proprietary Ltd.; Planned ad valorem export incentives to Howe; Provisions of Article 3 of the WTO agreement.


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