International Trade

Theresa May Sets Out 'Five Tests' To Test Brexit Deal 1

Theresa May Sets Out ‘Five Tests’ To Test Brexit Deal

Pillsbury – The Prime Minister has given the clearest indication yet of what the UK will seek in the Brexit negotiations. Access to each side’s markets is going to be less than it is today. …

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China to Consolidate Antitrust Powers in Single Agency 3

China to Consolidate Antitrust Powers in Single Agency

Davis Polk – After a decade of enforcing different aspects of its antitrust laws through three separate bodies, China is expected to consolidate antitrust authority into a single agency as part of a broader reorganization …

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The New Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) – How Different From the Other?

Chapman Tripp –  The final text of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) Agreement, to be signed on 8 March in Santiago, has now been released. The key substantive provision incorporates the original TPP …

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International arbitration: the top trends in 2018 8

International arbitration: the top trends in 2018

Freshfields – A tumultuous 2017 provided us some insight into where international arbitration’s greatest challenges (and opportunities) lie in 2018. In our forwarding looking, practical guide, we highlight 10 key trends in the year ahead. …

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The Chinese Vitamin C Case - Courts' Need to Show "Deferrence" To Foreign Government Parties in US Courts 15

The Chinese Vitamin C Case – Courts’ Need to Show “Deferrence” To Foreign Government Parties in US Courts

Sidley.com – The Second Circuit reversed a jury verdict of US$147 million after trebling and dismissed antitrust claims against a Chinese manufacturer of vitamin C, ruling that the case should have been dismissed by the …

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