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King & Spalding LLP | European Union, Global, Vatican City State | 17 May 2013

Boeing-Airbus dispute: WTO hearing on European Union's compliance

A World Trade Organisation compliance panel recently heard arguments from the United States that the European Union had failed to comply with the ruling against its support of the large civil aircraft sector. In EC – Large Civil Aircraft the original panel found that the European Union's support of Airbus projects must be brought into line with the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing......
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Baker McKenzie | European Union, Vatican City State | 7 Mar 2013

European Union considers mandatory notice provisions in all B2B contracts

The European Union recently issued a green paper aimed at tackling unfair business-to-business practices. It suggests that minimum notice periods should be mandated - something previously alien to common law jurisdictions. If mandatory notice periods operate as substantial exit penalties, a supplier may think twice before entering new markets. The paper also states that unfairly restrictive......
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