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International Trade Law: Milestones or Millstones
By Leofric J.A.Th. HAMPSON, member of the Brussels Bar, Belgium, Solicitor and Solicitor-Advocate («All Higher Courts»), England and Wales, Admitted (not practising) Barrister of Supreme Court of Queensland and of the High Court of Australia   In small compass we aim to provide insight of evolving international trade law: as it is (now) and was influenced.   History   Post the Napoleonic Wars demand in goods fell. Economies across Europe slumped. Britain’s protectionist solution was the “Corn Laws” (1815). For decades prior to that law’s 1846 repeal a chorus grew for tariff reductions. Some saw the Industrial Revolution’s evolving industry and transportation as supportive of more productivity and peoples’ access to goods...
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