Article from: TDM 3 (2020), in USMCA - NAFTA
(Added 17/04/2020, updated 10/06/2020) In the paper the authors caution that
the USMCA's tight rules of origin may be expected to result in
more litigation on regional value content than had occurred under
the looser NAFTA system, perhaps a telling prediction that many
battles over the USMCA have yet to be fought.
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S.E. Reynolds; J.T. Coleman; M. Marmolejo; M.A. Toman-Miller; "New "Rule of Origin" Provisions in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement May Lead to Increased Litigation Regarding Regional Value Content"
TDM 3 (2020), www.transnational-dispute-management.com