Summary: '' Product standards are an increasingly important part of international trade policy and its legal rules. They pose a certain tension between the desire to protect consumers and purchasers, and the desire to avoid unnecessary restrictions to trade. Sykes explores this subject and its policy implications with his usual thoroughness and rigor. This is an important book on a subject often overlooked.'' John H. Jackson, University of Michigan Law School.Edition/Copyright: 95
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