Actually, Gary. N. Horlick and Michael A. Meyer, Rules of Origin from a Policy Perspective, in Rules of Origin in International Trade: a Comparative Survey 403 (E. Vermulst, P. Waer and J. Bourgeois eds. eds. 1994) called the rules of origin «stepchildren of other discriminatory devices.» The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis Pp 1858-1887 Cite as GIAT is a cooperation project funded by uSAID with the Indonesian government.
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