(3 cr.) The course covers domestic and international laws and institutions governing foreign trade, including the legal consequences of U.S. participation in the GATT, UNCTAD, and other international forums, law regulating customs and tariffs, government procurement, subsidies, dumping, unfair foreign trade practices, disruptive imports under the escape clause, the generalized system of preferences, most-favored nation treatment, exports under the Export Administration Act, and foreign assets control; the impact of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation treaties. Specialized problems include foreign corrupt practices, and restrictive business practices, NAFTA, Custom Unions and Free Trade Areas.

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