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Best Practices: Responding to Brazil’s New Trade Sanctions

Marina Amaral Egydio de Carvalho
Carla Amaral de Andrade Junqueira
Luiz Eduardo Ribeiro Salles
Barretto Ferreira, Kujawski, Brancher e Gonçalves - São Paulo Office

March 24, 2010

Previously published by LexisNexis® Martindale-Hubbell® Counsel to Counsel Magazine, Spring 2010

Situation: The World Trade Organization has authorized Brazil to impose countermeasures against the United States in response to a longstanding cotton dispute. As part of the ruling, Brazil was also given the right to retaliate on certain U.S. intellectual property rights and services, thereby involving sectors completely unrelated to the original dispute.


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