Legal Effects of WTO Agreements in domestic Legal Orders: From Direct Application to consistent Interpretation
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Xiaojie Lu is a lecturer in Law at Tsinghua University Law School, Beijing, China. She received her B.E degree and master degree of law from Tsinghua University, and LL.D. degree from Kyushu University, Japan. She was a visiting scholar in University of Michigan Law School from 2004-2005. With the background of international trade law, she worked as a legal council in the Department of Treaty and Law in the Ministry of Commerce of China from 2006-2007, providing legal assistance to the dispute settlement of WTO cases to which China acted as a party. She’s also been undertaken various research projects for governmental bodies including China’s State Administration of Taxation. Her current research and teaching in Tsinghua University Law School mainly focuses on international business transactions, WTO law and its dispute settlement mechanism.
WTO, World Trade Organization, Handelsabkommen, Unmittelbare Wirkung, Auslegung, Direct Application, Sonstent Interpretation
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