Judul : Most Favoured Nation In International Trade For Goods: Materials And Cases: Second Edition
Penulis : Surya Oktaviandra
Sinopsis Buku :
Liberalization on the one hand is a must in creating a free, smooth and open ecosystem. Meanwhile, trade liberalization also allows adverse effects as a side effect. When markets are left open and free, the powerful and the well-capitalized can erode the weaker ones. In the context of trade between countries, more competitive and large corporate products from one country can destroy the economy of other countries that have capacity and products that are still not good at open competition. Therefore, international trade can only benefit when it is given the opportunity to compete fairly and openly on the one hand but is also regulated in such a way as to provide necessary protection to those who are still vulnerable.
One of the most important non-discrimination standards in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) is the Most Favoured Nation. This revised edition of the book discusses in detail about this standard, ranging from history, concepts, developments, source texts, to the application of its use used by WTO dispute settlement panels and bodies in resolving various cases in the country. In addition, this revised edition also discussed how approximately the development of MFN standards in the future. Therefore, this book is very good for students interested in economics, trade and international law. Additionally, this book can also be used by the general public because this book is designed in such a way as to have a popular and easy-to-understand language delivery.