Edward Borovikov and Bogdan Evtimov of Dentons look at the implications of Russia's membership of the WTO and the impact on its customs union with Belarus and Kazakhstan. "The effects of the developments in the Eurasian Customs Union upon its main trading partners, mostly WTO member countries, and the interplay of those developments with Russia’s WTO commitments and present and future WTO disputes involving Russia, are reminiscent of a multiplayer strategy computer game, where each player needs to think ahead, act on several different aspects and deploy multiple resources."
The International Who’s Who of Trade & Customs Lawyers has brought together Patricia López Aufranc of Marval O’Farrell & Mairal, Jean-François Bellis of Van Bael & Bellis, Steve Orava of King & Spalding, Amy Porges of the Law Offices of Amelia Porges and Eric Emerson of Steptoe & Johnson to discuss levels and types of work, emerging regions of interest, the impact of free trade agreements and changes in the legal market in their jurisdictions.
Georg Berrisch of Baker Botts explores the future impact of the EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy law and policy, which is expected to be adopted by the end of 2013. "A rather controversial element of the modernisation package is the response to retaliation threats. China, in particular, is known for retaliating against companies who support EU anti-dumping investigation."
In an exclusive interview, Who's Who Legal speaks with Alexander Asamoah, head of legal at IFS Financial Services headquartered in Accra, about his role within the firm and the Ghanaian legal market. "The good firms are known and are selling themselves very well. There is also a surge of new, young, vibrant firms who are eager to make a good name for themselves."
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