Index:  A  B  C-D  E-F  G-H  I  J  K-L  M-S  T  U-Z 


India — Additional Import Duties
India — Autos
India — Patents (US)
India — Quantitative Restrictions


India — Additional Import Duties (WT/DS360/AB/R)     back to top

burden of proof, prima facie case, closely related provisions (GATT II:1(b) and II:2(a)) and B.3.3.21

implementation of panel/AB recommendations, right of panel/AB to make suggestions for (DSU 19.1)

discretionary nature of right I.0.8

concluding explanations distinguished I.0.8

interpretation of covered agreements, context (VCLT 31(2)), GATT II:1(b)/GATT II:2(a) B.3.3.21

Schedules of Concessions (GATT II)

“charge equivalent to imposed consistently with Article III” (GATT II(2)(a)) I.0.8, T.1.1.7-8

ordinary customs duties in excess of those provided for in Schedule (GATT II:1(b)) T.1.1.5

GATT II:2(a), interrelationship with B.3.3.21, I.0.8, N.1.1A.1, T.1.1.5, T.1.1.7-8, T.1.1A.1

GATT III:2, interrelationship N.1.1A.1, T.1.1A.1

India — Autos (WT/DS146/AB/R, WT/DS175/AB/R)     back to top

third party rights W.2.9.5

AB proceedings (DSU 17.4/WP 24) W.2.9.5

passive participation in oral hearings W.2.9.5

Working Procedures (appellate review) (DSU 17.9), withdrawal of appeal (AB/WP 30) W.

India — Patents (US) (WT/DS50/AB/R)     back to top

burden of proof, correct application of rule B.3.1.5

competence of panels and AB (DSU 3.2/DSU 11), correct interpretation and application of covered agreements and I.3.1.3

consultations (DSU 4)

due process, disclosure obligation C.7.1, D.2.2.4

establishment of panel, as prerequisite, panel’s obligation to address absence of consultations T.6.1.4

due process (dispute settlement proceedings)


consultations and C.7.1, D.2.2.4

fact-finding procedures D.2.2.5

panel proceedings C.7.1, D.2.2.4, T.6.1.4, W.3.5

panel working procedures, need for D.2.2.5

panel’s discretion on matters of procedure (DSU 12.1 and Appendix 3) J.2.1.3

information or technical advice, panel’s right to seek (DSU 13), rectification of failure to meet requirements for establishment of panel and (DSU 6.2) C.7.1

interpretation of covered agreements

applicable law, customary rules of interpretation of public international law [as codified in the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (1969)] I.3.1.3, I.3.5.2

legitimate expectations, relevance I.3.5.1-3

specific language, need for I.3.5.2-3

text/plain language I.3.2.3

legitimate expectations and I.3.5.2-3

judicial economy J.1.5

panel’s discretionary power to determine, which claims must be examined J.1.5

legal basis of claim (DSU 6.2) (request for establishment of panel) R.2.2.5

arguments distinguished C.1.5, R.2.2.5

rectification at subsequent stages, fact-finding by panel C.7.1, T.6.1.4

“matter referred to the DSB” (AD 17.4/DSU 7.1), equivalence of meaning in AD 17.4 and DSU 7.1 T.6.1.4

municipal law

as evidence of

compliance with international/WTO obligations M.5.1

Certain German Interests in Polish Upper Silesia M.5.1

determination of compliance and interpretation of legislation distinguished M.5.1

facts M.5.1

state practice M.5.1

not to add to or diminish rights and obligations (DSU 3.2/19.2) I.3.1.3

“specific measure at issue” (AD 17.4/DSU 6.2), identification as part of the matter referred to the DSB, need for (AD 17.4/DSU 7.1), “specific”, “included but not necessarily limited to” R.2.2.5, T.6.2.6

terms of reference of panels (DSU 7), as definition of jurisdiction / legal claims at issue, legal claim included in terms of reference, limitation of jurisdiction to J.2.1.3

TRIPS Agreement

existing rights, applicability to (TRIPS 70.2)

obligation to provide means for filing applications relating to delayed application of TRIPS 27 (TRIPS 70.8) T.9.14.1-2

exclusive marketing rights, requirements (TRIPS 70.9) and T.9.15.1

Working Procedures (panel) (DSU 12.1 and Appendix 3), panel’s discretion, limitations W.3.4

India — Quantitative Restrictions (WT/DS90/AB/R)     back to top

balance of payments restrictions

GATT XVIII:11, Ad Note

“would thereupon produce”

removal of restrictions and recurrence of one of GATT XVIII:9 conditions, causal relationship B.1.1.1

temporal sequence B.1.1.2

GATT XVIII:11, Proviso (change in development policy), macroeconomic instruments, relevance B.1.2.1


DSU, applicability to disputes relating to J.2.1.4-7

special or additional rule and procedure (DSU Appendix 2), whether J.2.1.4

Understanding on the Balance-of-Payments Provisions of the GATT 1994, footnote 1

as aid to interpretation I.3.10.8

applicability of DSU and J.2.1.5-6

burden of proof B.3.1.9

defences and exceptions B.3.3.5

GATT XVIII:11 and Ad Note B.3.3.5

need to identify where burden lies, whether B.3.1.9

onus probandi actori incumbit as general principle of evidence, defences/exceptions and B.3.3.5

panel’s right to seek information and advice (DSU 13/SPS 11.2), relevance, expert evidence, timing of request for B.3.2.5

prima facie case B.3.2.5

competence (AB) (DSU 17.6), classification as issue of law or fact, credibility and weight of evidence S.3.3.6

DSU, applicability (DSU 1.1), balance of payments restrictions (GATT XVIII:B) J.2.1.4-7

information or technical advice, panel’s right to seek (DSU 13), expert evidence/experts (DSU 13.2), timing of request for in relation to establishment of prima facie case B.3.2.5

International Monetary Fund (IMF) / WTO relationship I.2.3

consultations, requirement for (GATT XV:2), obligation on part of WTO to accept IMF’s determinations, whether I.2.3

exchange measures outside IMF’s jurisdiction, provision of information on request, panel’s obligation to make independent assessment I.2.3

panel’s obligation to examine views critically S.7.3.10

interpretation of covered agreements

preparatory work (VCLT 32)

record of negotiations, need for I.3.10.8

Understanding on the Balance-of-Payments Provisions of the GATT 1994, footnote 1 I.3.10.8

supplementary means (VCLT 32) I.3.10.8

nullification or impairment (GATT XXIII), DSU, applicability (DSU 1.1), balance of payments restrictions (GATT XVIII:B) J.2.1.4-7

standard of review (panels) (DSU 11), evidence, alleged disregard or distortion by panel (“objective assessment of the facts”), obligation to examine and evaluate evidence S.7.3.10


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