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Trade across national boundaries is subject to laws and regulations composed of domestic laws and trade agreements. There are basically three levels of international trade agreements: bilateral relationships, multilateral arrangements, and regional agreements Trade organizations established under the agreements and individual countries' policies and laws relating to international trade are also components of international trade law.

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International Trade Law Documents:

  •  Pre-GATT Documents
  • GATT Era Texts (1947-1994
  • Uruguay Round Texts (1986-1995)
  • Post Uruguay Round Texts (1996-present)
  • Doha Round Documents (2001-present)
  • Trade Related Treaties
  • U.S. FTAs
  • Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)
  • Non-U.S. FTAs
  • U.S. Trade Laws
  • U.S. Customs Law
  • U.S. Export Controls and Trade Sanctions
  • Statements of Administrative Action (SAA)
  • International Organization (IO) Reports
  • Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Reports
  • U.S. Government Reports
  • Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports
  • Government Accountability Office (GAO) Reports
  • Trade and Social Justice
  • India
  • Middle East
  • Legal Scholarship
  • Commentary


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