Pigs, African Swine Fever and the Principle of Regionalisation
Comments on the Appellate Body Report in the Russia - Pigs Dispute
This commentary examines the recent Appellate Body Report in Russia - Pigs. This case is salient because it offers further clarification of the principle of regionalisation in the context of WTO law.
By reading the different terms of Article 6 of the SPS Agreement in a holistic way, the Appellate Body has offered an interpretation of the legal text that arguably strengthens the principle.
|Persistent URL||dx.doi.org/10.1017/err.2017.81, hdl.handle.net/1765/105470|
|Journal||European Journal of Risk Regulation|
Arcuri, A, & Gruszczynski, L. (2018). Pigs, African Swine Fever and the Principle of Regionalisation. European Journal of Risk Regulation (Vol. 9, pp. 137–145). doi:10.1017/err.2017.81