Table of contents for A handbook of world trade / Jonathan Reuvid.

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Forewords:	Richard Bate, Director, ICC (UK)	
Adriaan Vickery, FIEx, National Chairman , The Institute of Export, UK (NEW)
Introduction: Jonathan Reuvid (NEW)
PART ONE: The Origins and Nature of the World Trade Organization
1.1 	The Development of Multilateral Trade Agreements
	Michaela Eglin, formerly ICC, Geneva
1.2 Before, During and After the Uruguay Round (UPDATED)
	Michaela Eglin, formerly ICC, Geneva
1.3 The Doha Agenda and Beyond (NEW)
Stephen Orava, Kinf & Spalding International LLP
1.4 	Legal Elements in the Structure and Operation of the WTO (UPDATED)
	Michaela Eglin, formerly ICC, Geneva
1.5 	Forging the Tools of the Trade - Core Tasks of the International Chamber of Commerce (UPDATED)
	Richard Bate, Director, ICC, UK
1.6	Patterns and Trends in World Trade (UPDATED PLUS NEW APPENDICES)
	Jonathan Reuvid
PART TWO: Regulatory Issues and Disputes in International Trade
2.1 	Customs Duties and Tax
Kevin Newbold, Deloitte & Touche Customs and International Trade Group
2.2 	Anti-dumping Regulations and Practices (with particular reference to EU law)
Philippe Ruttley, EC and WTO Group, Clyde & Co., London
2.3 	Challenging Anti-dumping Duties before the EC Courts
Philippe Ruttley, EC and WTO Group, Clyde & Co., London
2.4 	Mechanisms for Regulating Environmental Barriers to Trade within the WTO
Philippe Ruttley, Marc Weisberger and Fiona Mucklow, EC and WTO Group, Clyde & Co., London
2.5	Unilateral and Multilateral Political Embargoes and their Impact (UPDATED)
	Stephen Tricks, Partner, Clyde & Co., London
2.6 	Resolving Trade Disputes in the WTO
Philippe Ruttley and Marc Weisberger, EC and WTO Group, Clyde & Co., London
2.7	Private Party Enforcement of WTO Law in the EC Legal Context
Philippe Ruttley and Marc Weisberger, EC and WTO Group, Clyde & Co.
2.8 	Dispute Resolution in International Trade (UPDATED)
	John Merrett, Arbitration Consultant to ICC, London
PART THREE: The Management of Foreign Currencies in International Trade
	Derrick Edwards - Currency Management Consultant (SECTION UPDATED WITH MINOR CORRECTIONS)
3.1	Foreign Exchange and the Euro-currency Markets
3.2	Exchange Rates and their Calculation
3.3	The Treasury Management Function
3.4	Export and Import Issues
PART FOUR: International Trade Finance and Documentation (SECTION UPDATED)
	George Curmi - Brocur Limited
4.1	Methods of Settlement
4.2	Documentary Credits
4.3	Standby Letters of Credit
4.4	Finance for Trade
4.5	Identifying Risks and Risk Management
4.6	Trade Finance and Export Credit Schemes
4.7 Avoiding Problems with Documentary Credits: Some Legal Precedents (NEW)
Stephen Tricks, Partner, Clyde & Co London
PART FIVE :	International Trade Development Issues
5.1	Researching International Markets
	Jonathan Reuvid 
5.2	Appointing Export Agents and Distributors
	Jonathan Reuvid
5.3	International Freight Management and Logistics (UPDATED)
	BIFA (Jonathan Reuvid)
5.4	Inspection and Certification of Goods
	Gordon Hutt
5.5	Personal Liability for Offences Relating to Import and Export Controls
	Amy Jackson, Laytons
5.6	E-commerce in World Trade 
	Ake Nilson, ICC, Chairman, Electronic Commerce Project
Appendix I	Membership of Regional Trading Groups
Appendix II	Less-developed Countries (LDC's) - OECD List
Appendix III	ICC International Offices
Appendix IV	Banking Groups with Trade Finance Interest By Region
Appendix V	Examples of Letters of Credit
Appendix VI	Incoterms		
Appendix VII 	ICC Publications
Appendix VIII IOE Publications
Appendix IX 	Kogan Page International Business Publications
Appendix X 	Contributors Contact List

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: International trade Handbooks, manuals, etc