SUBJECT INDEX BY CASE: APPELLATE BODY REPORTS

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Thailand — Cigarettes (Philippines) (WT/DS371/AB/R)     back to top

AB procedure, documents (WP 18), correction of clerical errors in submissions W.2.6A.2.10

additional procedures (WP 16(1)), additional procedures adopted by panel, adoption for AB proceedings, absence of request by parties W.2.6.1.15

Anti-Dumping Agreement (AD)/GATT 1994 VI relationship A.3.64.4

burden of proof

defences and exceptions, GATT XX B.3.3.22

measures necessary to secure compliance with GATT-consistent measure (GATT XX(d)) G.3.5.1

necessity test (GATT XX(d)) B.3.3.22

competence (AB) (DSU 17.6)

completion of legal analysis

in case of disagreement with/reversal of panel finding P.4A.27

prompt settlement of disputes (DSU 3.3) P.4A.27

customs duties, transparency/predictability as distinguishing factor P.5.3.2.8

directly competitive or substitutable products (GATT III:2, Ad Note to second sentence), criteria, trade effect N.1.4.3, N.1.8.5

due process (dispute settlement proceedings)

as balance of interests D.2.2.36

fair and orderly conduct of proceedings D.2.2.33

as fundamental principle D.2.2.33

opportunity to respond to evidence/presentations of other parties W.3.11

as fundamental tenet D.2.2.36

late submission of new supporting evidence and new issue distinguished D.2.2.38

panel reports, rationale (DSU 12.7) W.3.10

panel working procedures as basis for D.2.2.33, W.3.10

sufficiency of compliance with D.2.2.37, E.3.2.41, S.7.1.14, W.3.11

due process (independent judicial, arbitral and administrative review under GATT X:3(b)) P.5.3.2.8, P.5.3.2.9

dumping/margin of dumping, definition/constituent elements (AD 2.1/GATT VI:1), decision on compliance with GATT VI:1 as preliminary to determining compliance with GATT I:1 A.3.64.4

evidence (admissibility and evaluation in panel proceedings) (DSU 12.1 and Appendix 3)

time-limits for submission

new supporting evidence and new issue distinguished D.2.2.38, E.3.2.42

panel’s right to admit “late” evidence W.3.10

interpretation of covered agreements

context (VCLT 31(2))

article as a whole P.5.3.2.7

GATT X:3(b)/AD 13 P.5.3.2.7

GATT X:3(b)/VAL 11.1 P.5.3.2.7

dictionaries P.5.3.2.6

parties’ intentions (VCLT 31(1)), common intention P.5.3.2.7

measures necessary to secure compliance with GATT-consistent measure (GATT XX(d))

burden of proof G.3.5.1

finding of inconsistency with GATT III:4, conclusiveness G.3.2.3

“necessary”, difficulty of demonstrating G.3.5A.3

required elements including GATT XX chapeau G.3.5.1

MFN treatment (GATT I), determination of compliance of AD duty with GATT VI as preliminary A.3.64.4

municipal law, interpretation, authority of Member State/burden of proof M.5.21, S.7.2A.9

necessity test (GATT XX(d))

burden of proof/prima facie case B.3.3.22

difficulty of demonstrating necessity G.3.5A.3

order of analysis, GATT III:4/GATT XX G.3.2.3

panel procedures (DSU 12.1 and Appendix 3)

due process/transparency/fairness requirement D.2.2.34, P.5.3.2.8, W.3.9, W.3.10

high quality reports/avoidance of delay, flexibility in achieving balance (DSU 12.2) D.2.2.36

panel proceedings as two-stage process D.2.2.33, E.3.2.40, W.3.10

prompt and satisfactory settlement of disputes, Members’ right to (DSU 3)

completion of legal analysis considerations P.4A.27

due process considerations D.2.2.36

as “essential to the effective functioning of the WTO …” P.4A.26

regulatory discrimination (GATT III:4)

GATT XX G.3.2.3

“less favourable treatment” N.1.11.11–16

administrative requirements as G.3.2.3, N.1.9.3.3, N.1.11.13, N.1.11.15, N.1.11.16

detrimental effect N.1.11.12, N.1.11.15, N.1.11.17

“so as to afford protection”, “less favourable treatment” N.1.11.11

Schedules of Concessions (GATT II), ordinary customs duties in excess of those provided for in Schedule (GATT II:1(b)), AD duties distinguished A.3.64.4

tax discrimination (GATT III:2)

“of any kind” N.1.4.3

“ïnternal tax”, administrative requirements as G.3.2.3, N.1.4.4, N.1.9.3.3

tax on imported product in excess of tax on domestic product

avoidability of tax, relevance N.1.4.4

difference of treatment between domestic and imported product as test N.1.4.4–5

“in excess of” N.1.4.3–5

Members’ right to administer tax regime, relevance N.1.4.5

third participants (AB proceedings (DSU 17.4/WP 24)), oral presentation W.2.9.12

trade regulations (judicial, arbitral or administrative review) (GATT X:3(b))

choice of means P.5.3.2.9

as due process requirement P.5.3.2.8, P.5.3.2.9

laws, regulations, judicial decisions and administrative rulings of general application (GATT X:1)

“administrative action relating to customs matters” P.5.3.2.6

context P.5.3.2.7

ordinary meaning P.5.3.2.6

guarantee as administrative action P.5.3.2.9–10

“prompt review and correction” P.5.3.2.9

“correction” P.5.3.2.9

“prompt” P.5.3.2.9

“review” P.5.3.2.9

Thailand — H-Beams (WT/DS122/AB/R)     back to top

AB reports, timing of circulation of report (DSU 17.5), modification, exceptional workload W.2.10.2.4

burden of proof B.3.1.10

panel’s obligations, separate findings on each element of claim B.3.1.10

prima facie case, panel’s duty not to make case for complaining party S.4.11

confidentiality of proceedings (DSU 17.10/DSU 18.2)

closed session meetings C.6.3

Members’ responsibility for ensuring compliance C.6.3

determination of injury (AD 3/SCM 15)

calculation of volume of dumped imports, reference to as sufficient indication of legal basis of claim (DSU 6.2) R.2.2.10

evaluation of injury factors (AD 3.4/SCM 15.4) A.3.22.1–2

examination of all relevant economic factors and indices A.3.22.1–2

“positive evidence”/“objective examination” requirement (AD 3.1)

confidential/undisclosed evidence A.3.16.2

reference to as sufficient summary of legal basis of claim (DSU 6.2) R.2.2.9

substantive obligations as focus of AD 3 A.3.15.1

underlying principles (AD 3.1) A.3.15.1

due process (dispute settlement proceedings)

fair and orderly conduct of proceedings R.2.2.8, T.6.2.9

prejudice to party, relevance R.2.2.10, T.6.2.9

request for establishment of panel (DSU 6.2) R.2.2.8

good faith engagement in dispute settlement procedures (DSU 3.10) O.1.4, P.3.1.3

information or technical advice, panel’s right to seek (DSU 13), obligation to respond fully and promptly (DSU 13.1) S.4.11

interpretation of covered agreements, ordinary meaning A.3.16.1, A.3.59.1

investigation of dumping (AD 5)/subsidy (SCM 11)

dispute settlement proceedings distinguished R.2.2.10

reference to as sufficient identification of legal basis of claim (DSU 6.2) R.2.2.10

legal basis of claim (DSU 6.2) (request for establishment of panel) R.2.2.8–R.2.2.10

claims and arguments distinguished R.2.2.8

due process R.2.2.8, T.6.2.9

summary, sufficiency

reference to AD 2 R.2.2.10, T.6.2.10

reference to AD 3.1 R.2.2.9

reference to AD 5 R.2.2.10

notice of appeal, requirements (WP 20(2)), statement of allegations of errors on issues of law/legal interpretations (WP 20(2)(d)), legal argument in support of claim distinguished R.2.2.8

procedure

fair, prompt and effective resolution of disputes O.1.4

good faith P.3.1.3

prompt and satisfactory settlement of disputes, Members’ right to (DSU 3), procedure, role O.1.4

request for establishment of panel (requirements) (DSU 6.2)

anti-dumping investigation and dispute settlement proceedings, issues distinguished R.2.2.10

clarification, parties’ right to request O.1.4, P.3.1.3, R.2.2.10

“specific measure at issue” (AD 17.4/DSU 6.2), “specific”, “sufficient to present the problem clearly” R.2.2.9

standard/scope of review (AB) (AD 17.6)

assessment of the facts (AD 17.6(i)) A.3.57.2, A.3.59.1–3

authorities’ establishment of facts (AD 17.6(i)), “establishment” A.3.59.1

authorities’ “proper” establishment of facts (AD 17.6(i)) A.3.59.1

“facts made available” (AD 17.5(ii))

disclosure/discernibility to interested parties by time of final determination, relevance A.3.57.3–4

examination to be based on A.3.57.3–4

interpretation of relevant provisions of AD (AD 17.6(ii)) distinguished A.3.22.2

parties’ obligations (AD 17.5/17.6), AD 3.1 (determination of injury) distinguished A.3.57.2, A.3.58.2

Turkey — Textiles (WT/DS34/AB/R)     back to top

customs unions and free trade areas (GATT XXIV)

“duties … not on the whole higher … than the general incidence … prior to the formation of [customs] union” R.1.3.1

bound/applied rates distinguished R.1.3.1

“other regulations of commerce” R.1.3.1

Understanding on Article XXIV of the GATT 1994 R.1.3.1

“shall not be more restrictive” R.1.3.1

elimination of duties and other trade restrictions on “substantially all” internal trade (GATT XXIV:8(a)(1)) R.1.4.1, R.2.4.1

flexibility R.1.4.1

“substantially” R.1.4.1

as exception to GATT provisions (GATT XXIV:5, chapeau) R.1.2.1–2

as exception to GATT provisions (GATT XXIV:5, chapeau), requirements

conformity with GATT XXIV: 5(a) and 8(a) R.1.2.2

necessity of measure to establishment of customs union R.1.2.2

object and purpose (GATT XXIV:4)

GATT XXIV as a whole, applicability to R.1.1.1

Understanding on Article XXIV of the GATT 1994 R.1.1.1

“substantially the same” duties and other regulations on external trade R.1.5

flexibility R.1.5.2

“substantially” R.1.5.1–2

interpretation of covered agreements, object and purpose R.1.1.1

necessity test, necessity of measure to establishment of customs union R.1.2.2

safeguard measures (SG/GATT XIX), characteristics, as balance between appropriate and legitimate right to protect domestic industry and obligation to maintain integrity of trade concessions R.1.1.1


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