February 15, 2008
International Economic Law Grab Bag
Posted by David Zaring
  • Iceland is thinking of unilaterally, and uninvitedly, adopting the Euro, which, if it happens, will put the Mid-Atlantic firmly in the E-denominated camp.  Will the Maritimes retain their affection for the Canadian dollar?  HT: Trade Diversion.
  • As if Doha didn't have enough problems, they're trying for a services breakthrough too.  Interestingly, the negotiations have been delegated to rich countries, and the division appears to be the old US-EU one.  HT: BNA.
  • It took until 2008 before China - now the most sued and most countervaling dutied WTO member - lost its first case.
  • And congratulations from the Glom to IntLawGrrls, which has just celebrated a first birthday and turns out interesting content every single day.

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