New course to start in August 2010

Australia's Sydney Law School at the University of Sydney has announced plans to offer a new course in World Trade Organization Law, as part of its LLM programs.

According to the school's website, the new course, which launches in August, will explore issues related to the WTO, such as "national treatment and non-discrimination, tariff bindings and customs duties, subsidies and non-tariff barriers to trade."

It will also analyze contemporary topics, such as the WTO's recent decision to lift a 90-year Australian ban on importing New Zealand apples.

For more information, please visit Sydney Law School website.

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