7 February 2019
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WTO Law on Anti-Dumping and Safeguards Measures
This first part of a two week course on international trade remedies will be comprised of lectures and studies that deal primarily with US and EC Anti-Dumping law and practices, how they relate to WTO law (specifically, the Anti-Dumping Agreement), and the disciplines on safeguards in the WTO legal system. The course will cover both substantive and procedural aspects from a practical perspective, taking into account the interest of the main stakeholders usually involved in these matters, e.g. the authorities of the country applying these regulations, the domestic producers, exporters, importers, industrial consumers and the government of the affected exporters. This course is relevant for individuals working in government, industry, law practice, NGOs, and academia who have an interest in trade remedy issues.
Fernando Piérola and Edwin Vermulst
We accept individuals who have completed an undergraduate degree in law, economics or political science, or in an unrelated field supplemented by relevant working experience. Participants are expected to have a strong command of English and should be ready to read a large amount of material in English both prior to and during both the Winter Academy and Summer Academy.
Participants receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of each course.
CHF 1200: Applications are accepted until the maximum number of participants per week is reached.
Tuition for one week is 1,200 Swiss francs, for two weeks it is 2,200 Swiss francs, and for three weeks it is 3,200 Swiss francs.
The Winter and Summer Academy tuition fees do not cover costs such as meals, housing or local transportation.
Special rates apply to students registered at the University of Bern.
A 50% tuition waiver is applicable to participants affiliated with the UNCTAD Virtual Institute (staff and students of university and think tank members, with proof of institutional
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