Our international trade law group provides assistance to clients engaged in cross-border operations, as well as to companies that sell goods and services in different countries.
We give assistance on customs matters and carry out investigations on unfair trade, as well as on market access and compliance with standards. We provide assistance to governments, trade associations and businesses.
The international trade law team has a strong and proven experience in WTO litigation.
- European Union trade law
- Trade defence measures (antidumping and counterveiling duties cases)
- Market access
- The application of standards and limitations on the sale of certain products and services
- WTO law and dispute resolution
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This material was sourced from the NCTM website.
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