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The WTO Transit Regime for Landlocked Countries and its Impacts on Members' Regional Transit Agreements : The Case of Afghanistan's Transit Trade with Pakistan, EPUB eBook

The WTO Transit Regime for Landlocked Countries and its Impacts on Members' Regional Transit Agreements : The Case of Afghanistan's Transit Trade with Pakistan EPUB

Part of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law series

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This book assesses Afghanistan's transit trade with Pakistan in the context of WTO transit regime for landlocked countries and its impacts on Members' regional transit agreements. The key questions this book seeks to answer are the extent Afghanistan can benefit from WTO transit rules in demanding freedom of transit through the territory of Pakistan, how these rules influence the transit agreement concluded between Afghanistan and Pakistan, and finally how useful it would be to challenge Pakistan under the WTO dispute settlement system for its failure to provide Afghanistan freedom of transit and free access to and from the sea.


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