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May 25, 2010

Sydney Law School is offering World Trade Organization Law as a unit of study

Sydney Law School at the University of Sydney is offering World Trade Organization Law (WTO Law) as a unit of study through its LLM programme.

WTO Law explores various fundamental principles, including 'most favoured nation', national treatment and non-discrimination, tariff bindings and customs duties, subsidies and non-tariff barriers to trade.

The WTO Law study unit will incorporate relevant recent topics, such as the decision by the WTO to lift a 90 year Australian ban on importing New Zealand apples. This ban (initially due to fireblight) was originally implemented in 1919 and only finally lifted in April 2010!

The World Trade Organization Law study unit is available to study through Master of Laws (LLM) or Graduate Diploma in Law (GradDipLaw) at the Sydney Law School.

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Content added on 25th May 2010.

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