DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: DISPUTE DS95

United States — Measure Affecting Government Procurement


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Complaint by Japan.

This request, dated 18 July 1997, is in respect of the same issued raised by the EC in WT/DS88.

 

Panel and Appellate Body proceedings

On 8 September 1998, Japan requested the establishment of a panel. At its meeting on 21 October 1998, the DSB established a panel. The DSB agreed that pursuant to Article 9.1 of the DSU, a single panel would examine this dispute together with WT/DS88.

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