This Article discusses the GATT panel reports on Section 337, the U.S. reaction to the GATT findings and possible amendments to Section 337 that would put the United States in compliance with its international obligations. Taking into account the difficult balancing act necessary to change Section 337 the authors attempt to take these requirements into account in suggesting ways out of the quandary in which the United States and its trading partners now find themselves.
Jeffrey S. Neeley and Hideto Ishida,
Section 337 and National Treatment under GATT: A Proposal for Legislative Reform,
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