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|Title:||ASIL Insights: The U.S.-Canada Softwood Lumber Dispute Reaches a Climax|
|Description:||Joost Pauwelyn examines the "so-called “spaghetti bowl” of multilateral trade rules and proliferating regional trade deals" through the example of the US-Canada softwood lumber dispute, which has been litigated through both the WTO and NAFTA.
He asks, "What if th[e] NAFTA Chapter 11 tribunal finds one thing and the WTO (or, for that matter, a tribunal operating under NAFTA Chapter 19), finds another?" This brief ASIL Insight explores the short and long answers.
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