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Trade, the WTO and Energy Security : Mapping the Linkages for India

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Trade, the WTO and Energy Security : Mapping the Linkages for India
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Trade, the WTO and Energy Security
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Mapping the Linkages for India
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eng
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Mathur, Sajal
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340
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K-KZ
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  • Energy development -- Government policy -- India
  • Energy security -- India
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Trade, the WTO and Energy Security : Mapping the Linkages for India
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  • Contents -- About the Editor -- Contributors -- 1 An Introduction to Trade, WTO, and Energy Security: Linkages for India -- Abstract -- 1.1{u2026}Introduction -- 1.2{u2026}Energy Security Across the Energy Divide -- 1.3{u2026}Trade and Energy Security in India -- 1.4{u2026}WTO and the Energy Sector -- 1.5{u2026}Trade, WTO, and Energy Security: Mapping the Linkages for India -- Bibliography -- 2 Energy Security and the WTO Agreements -- Abstract -- 2.1{u2026}Introduction -- 2.2{u2026}Energy Security: Linkage with WTO Agreements -- 2.2.1 Energy Security and Non-Discrimination Disciplines Under GATT 1994 -- 2.2.2 Technical Barriers to Trade -- 2.2.3 Customs Tariffs and Tariff Commitments -- 2.2.4 Quantitative Restrictions -- 2.2.4.1 Import and Export Restrictions -- 2.2.4.2 Non-Automatic Export Licensing System -- 2.2.4.3 Minimum Export Prices -- 2.2.4.4 Production Controls -- 2.2.5 Trade-Related Investment Measures -- 2.2.6 Freedom of Transit Under GATT -- 2.2.7 Energy Subsidies and SCM Agreement -- 2.2.7.1 Dual Pricing for Energy -- 2.2.7.2 Taxes Occultes (Occult Taxes) -- 2.2.8 Agreement on the Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 (Antidumping Agreement) -- 2.2.9 State Trading Enterprises -- 2.2.10 GATS and Energy Services -- 2.2.11 Government Procurement Agreement -- 2.3{u2026}Exemptions and Exceptions -- 2.3.1 Exceptions Under Article XI of GATT 1994 -- 2.3.2 General Exceptions Under Article XX of GATT 1994 -- 2.3.3 National Security Exceptions -- 2.3.4 Exceptions Under WTO Annex 1(A) Agreements -- 2.3.5 Green Subsidies -- 2.3.6 GATS -- 2.4{u2026}Energy Security and Key Negotiating Proposals Under Doha: Reference to Chairman's Text -- 2.4.1 Antidumping Agreement -- 2.4.2 Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures -- 2.4.2.1 Chairman's Text in the SCM Agreement -- Specificity of Subsidy -- Determination of Benefit -- Input Dumping -- 2.4.3 Agreement on Agriculture
  • 2.4.3.1 Revised Draft Modalities for Agriculture (2008) -- Export Prohibitions and Restrictions -- 2.4.4 Non-Agricultural Market Access -- 2.4.4.1 Proposals on Export Restrictions Under the Doha Negotiations -- 2.4.5 Environmental Goods and Services -- 2.4.6 Trade in Services -- 2.4.7 Trade Facilitation -- 2.5{u2026}Conclusion -- A.1. Annex -- Bibliography -- WTO/GATT Documents -- WTO Doha Negotiations: Proposals, Reports and Texts -- WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement Cases -- 3 GATT/WTO Accessions and Energy Security -- Abstract -- 3.1{u2026}Introduction -- 3.2{u2026}Issues of Relevance for Energy Security in GATT/WTO Accessions -- 3.2.1 Pricing Policies -- 3.2.2 State Trading and State-Owned Enterprises -- 3.2.3 Investment Regime and Competition Policies -- 3.2.4 Import Restrictions, Including Prohibitions, Quotas, and Licensing Requirements -- 3.2.5 Export Restrictions -- 3.2.6 Export Duties -- 3.2.7 Subsidies -- 3.2.8 Transit -- 3.2.9 Trade in Services -- 3.3{u2026}Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 4 Trade and Energy Security: Legal Assessment of the Linkages and Implications for India -- Abstract -- 4.1{u2026}Trade and Energy: Mapping the Key Issues -- 4.1.1 Production Controls -- 4.1.2 Dual Pricing -- 4.1.3 Energy Services -- 4.1.4 Energy Transit -- 4.1.5 Investment and Competition -- 4.1.6 Environment, Sustainable Development, and Energy Security -- 4.2{u2026}NAFTA and the Energy Charter Treaty -- 4.2.1 North American Free Trade Agreement -- 4.2.1.1 Energy Products and Services: Definitional Issues -- 4.2.1.2 Regulation of Energy Products and Services -- 4.2.1.3 Export Taxes -- 4.2.1.4 Energy Regulatory Measures -- 4.2.1.5 Exceptions -- 4.2.1.6 Trade in Services -- 4.2.1.7 Anti-competitive Practices -- 4.2.1.8 Rules for State Enterprises -- 4.2.1.9 Investment-Related Reservations Relevant to Energy Sector
  • 4.2.1.10 Expansion of Opportunities for Foreign Investors in Specific Stages of Oil Exploration, Extraction, and Refinement -- 4.2.1.11 Reservations and Special Provisions for Mexico -- 4.2.2 Energy Charter Treaty -- 4.2.2.1 Energy Products and Services: Definitional Issues -- 4.2.2.2 Regulation of Energy Products and Services, Including Tariff Reduction -- 4.2.2.3 Transit Provisions -- 4.2.2.4 Trade and Investment -- 4.2.2.5 Exceptions -- 4.2.2.6 Anti-competitive Practices -- 4.2.2.7 Procurement Rules for State-Owned Enterprises -- 4.2.2.8 Privatization of State-Owned Enterprises in the Energy Sector -- 4.2.2.9 Environmental Considerations and the PEEREA -- 4.2.2.10 Expansion of Opportunities for Foreign Investors in Specific Stages of Oil Exploration, Extraction, and Refinement -- 4.3{u2026}India: Possible Implications of a Multilateral Agreement on Energy -- 4.3.1 Indian Regulatory Framework: A Brief Overview -- 4.3.1.1 Atomic Energy -- 4.3.1.2 Electricity Generation, Transmission, and Distribution -- 4.3.1.3 Electricity Trading -- 4.3.1.4 Petroleum Oils and Petroleum Products -- 4.3.1.5 Natural Gas and LNG -- 4.3.1.6 Gas Transmission and Distribution -- 4.3.1.7 City Gas Distribution -- 4.3.1.8 Coal -- 4.3.2 Tariffs on Energy Goods -- 4.3.3 Impact of NAFTA's Energy Chapter and the Energy Charter Treaty on the Indian Regulatory Framework Governing Energy -- 4.3.3.1 Import Duties -- 4.3.3.2 Export Duties and Export Pricing -- 4.3.3.3 Import/Export Licensing -- 4.3.3.4 Investment-Related Issues -- 4.3.3.5 Export Prohibitions -- 4.3.3.6 Transit of Energy Goods -- 4.3.3.7 Competition-Related Obligations -- 4.3.3.8 State Enterprises -- 4.3.3.9 Environment -- 4.3.3.10 Atomic Energy Sector -- 4.4{u2026}Conclusions -- A.0. Annex -- Bibliography -- 5 India, OPEC, and an Agenda for Energy Security -- Abstract -- 5.1{u2026}Introduction
  • 5.2{u2026}Composition and Functioning of OPEC -- 5.2.1 Composition -- 5.2.2 Functioning -- 5.2.3 OPEC Long-Term Strategy -- 5.3{u2026}OPEC as a Cartel -- 5.3.1 Definition of a Cartel -- 5.3.2 Is OPEC a Functional Cartel? -- 5.3.3 OPEC and the WTO Rules -- 5.4{u2026}Overall Energy Security Policy of India -- 5.5{u2026}Trade Regimes of India's Main Suppliers of Crude Oil -- 5.5.1 Gulf Cooperation Council -- 5.5.1.1 Kuwait -- 5.5.1.2 Qatar -- 5.5.1.3 Saudi Arabia -- 5.5.2 Nigeria -- 5.5.3 Venezuela -- 5.6{u2026}India's Positive Agenda in Negotiations -- 5.6.1 Energy Security -- 5.6.2 Import Tariffs -- 5.6.3 Export Tariffs -- 5.6.4 Dual Pricing -- 5.6.5 Transit Rules -- Bibliography
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Edition
1st ed.
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1 online resource (189 pages)
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online
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9788132219552
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computer
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rdamedia
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1783716
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1783716
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10896222
  • (OCoLC)884270379
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Trade, the WTO and Energy Security : Mapping the Linkages for India
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- About the Editor -- Contributors -- 1 An Introduction to Trade, WTO, and Energy Security: Linkages for India -- Abstract -- 1.1{u2026}Introduction -- 1.2{u2026}Energy Security Across the Energy Divide -- 1.3{u2026}Trade and Energy Security in India -- 1.4{u2026}WTO and the Energy Sector -- 1.5{u2026}Trade, WTO, and Energy Security: Mapping the Linkages for India -- Bibliography -- 2 Energy Security and the WTO Agreements -- Abstract -- 2.1{u2026}Introduction -- 2.2{u2026}Energy Security: Linkage with WTO Agreements -- 2.2.1 Energy Security and Non-Discrimination Disciplines Under GATT 1994 -- 2.2.2 Technical Barriers to Trade -- 2.2.3 Customs Tariffs and Tariff Commitments -- 2.2.4 Quantitative Restrictions -- 2.2.4.1 Import and Export Restrictions -- 2.2.4.2 Non-Automatic Export Licensing System -- 2.2.4.3 Minimum Export Prices -- 2.2.4.4 Production Controls -- 2.2.5 Trade-Related Investment Measures -- 2.2.6 Freedom of Transit Under GATT -- 2.2.7 Energy Subsidies and SCM Agreement -- 2.2.7.1 Dual Pricing for Energy -- 2.2.7.2 Taxes Occultes (Occult Taxes) -- 2.2.8 Agreement on the Implementation of Article VI of the GATT 1994 (Antidumping Agreement) -- 2.2.9 State Trading Enterprises -- 2.2.10 GATS and Energy Services -- 2.2.11 Government Procurement Agreement -- 2.3{u2026}Exemptions and Exceptions -- 2.3.1 Exceptions Under Article XI of GATT 1994 -- 2.3.2 General Exceptions Under Article XX of GATT 1994 -- 2.3.3 National Security Exceptions -- 2.3.4 Exceptions Under WTO Annex 1(A) Agreements -- 2.3.5 Green Subsidies -- 2.3.6 GATS -- 2.4{u2026}Energy Security and Key Negotiating Proposals Under Doha: Reference to Chairman's Text -- 2.4.1 Antidumping Agreement -- 2.4.2 Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures -- 2.4.2.1 Chairman's Text in the SCM Agreement -- Specificity of Subsidy -- Determination of Benefit -- Input Dumping -- 2.4.3 Agreement on Agriculture
  • 2.4.3.1 Revised Draft Modalities for Agriculture (2008) -- Export Prohibitions and Restrictions -- 2.4.4 Non-Agricultural Market Access -- 2.4.4.1 Proposals on Export Restrictions Under the Doha Negotiations -- 2.4.5 Environmental Goods and Services -- 2.4.6 Trade in Services -- 2.4.7 Trade Facilitation -- 2.5{u2026}Conclusion -- A.1. Annex -- Bibliography -- WTO/GATT Documents -- WTO Doha Negotiations: Proposals, Reports and Texts -- WTO/GATT Dispute Settlement Cases -- 3 GATT/WTO Accessions and Energy Security -- Abstract -- 3.1{u2026}Introduction -- 3.2{u2026}Issues of Relevance for Energy Security in GATT/WTO Accessions -- 3.2.1 Pricing Policies -- 3.2.2 State Trading and State-Owned Enterprises -- 3.2.3 Investment Regime and Competition Policies -- 3.2.4 Import Restrictions, Including Prohibitions, Quotas, and Licensing Requirements -- 3.2.5 Export Restrictions -- 3.2.6 Export Duties -- 3.2.7 Subsidies -- 3.2.8 Transit -- 3.2.9 Trade in Services -- 3.3{u2026}Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 4 Trade and Energy Security: Legal Assessment of the Linkages and Implications for India -- Abstract -- 4.1{u2026}Trade and Energy: Mapping the Key Issues -- 4.1.1 Production Controls -- 4.1.2 Dual Pricing -- 4.1.3 Energy Services -- 4.1.4 Energy Transit -- 4.1.5 Investment and Competition -- 4.1.6 Environment, Sustainable Development, and Energy Security -- 4.2{u2026}NAFTA and the Energy Charter Treaty -- 4.2.1 North American Free Trade Agreement -- 4.2.1.1 Energy Products and Services: Definitional Issues -- 4.2.1.2 Regulation of Energy Products and Services -- 4.2.1.3 Export Taxes -- 4.2.1.4 Energy Regulatory Measures -- 4.2.1.5 Exceptions -- 4.2.1.6 Trade in Services -- 4.2.1.7 Anti-competitive Practices -- 4.2.1.8 Rules for State Enterprises -- 4.2.1.9 Investment-Related Reservations Relevant to Energy Sector
  • 4.2.1.10 Expansion of Opportunities for Foreign Investors in Specific Stages of Oil Exploration, Extraction, and Refinement -- 4.2.1.11 Reservations and Special Provisions for Mexico -- 4.2.2 Energy Charter Treaty -- 4.2.2.1 Energy Products and Services: Definitional Issues -- 4.2.2.2 Regulation of Energy Products and Services, Including Tariff Reduction -- 4.2.2.3 Transit Provisions -- 4.2.2.4 Trade and Investment -- 4.2.2.5 Exceptions -- 4.2.2.6 Anti-competitive Practices -- 4.2.2.7 Procurement Rules for State-Owned Enterprises -- 4.2.2.8 Privatization of State-Owned Enterprises in the Energy Sector -- 4.2.2.9 Environmental Considerations and the PEEREA -- 4.2.2.10 Expansion of Opportunities for Foreign Investors in Specific Stages of Oil Exploration, Extraction, and Refinement -- 4.3{u2026}India: Possible Implications of a Multilateral Agreement on Energy -- 4.3.1 Indian Regulatory Framework: A Brief Overview -- 4.3.1.1 Atomic Energy -- 4.3.1.2 Electricity Generation, Transmission, and Distribution -- 4.3.1.3 Electricity Trading -- 4.3.1.4 Petroleum Oils and Petroleum Products -- 4.3.1.5 Natural Gas and LNG -- 4.3.1.6 Gas Transmission and Distribution -- 4.3.1.7 City Gas Distribution -- 4.3.1.8 Coal -- 4.3.2 Tariffs on Energy Goods -- 4.3.3 Impact of NAFTA's Energy Chapter and the Energy Charter Treaty on the Indian Regulatory Framework Governing Energy -- 4.3.3.1 Import Duties -- 4.3.3.2 Export Duties and Export Pricing -- 4.3.3.3 Import/Export Licensing -- 4.3.3.4 Investment-Related Issues -- 4.3.3.5 Export Prohibitions -- 4.3.3.6 Transit of Energy Goods -- 4.3.3.7 Competition-Related Obligations -- 4.3.3.8 State Enterprises -- 4.3.3.9 Environment -- 4.3.3.10 Atomic Energy Sector -- 4.4{u2026}Conclusions -- A.0. Annex -- Bibliography -- 5 India, OPEC, and an Agenda for Energy Security -- Abstract -- 5.1{u2026}Introduction
  • 5.2{u2026}Composition and Functioning of OPEC -- 5.2.1 Composition -- 5.2.2 Functioning -- 5.2.3 OPEC Long-Term Strategy -- 5.3{u2026}OPEC as a Cartel -- 5.3.1 Definition of a Cartel -- 5.3.2 Is OPEC a Functional Cartel? -- 5.3.3 OPEC and the WTO Rules -- 5.4{u2026}Overall Energy Security Policy of India -- 5.5{u2026}Trade Regimes of India's Main Suppliers of Crude Oil -- 5.5.1 Gulf Cooperation Council -- 5.5.1.1 Kuwait -- 5.5.1.2 Qatar -- 5.5.1.3 Saudi Arabia -- 5.5.2 Nigeria -- 5.5.3 Venezuela -- 5.6{u2026}India's Positive Agenda in Negotiations -- 5.6.1 Energy Security -- 5.6.2 Import Tariffs -- 5.6.3 Export Tariffs -- 5.6.4 Dual Pricing -- 5.6.5 Transit Rules -- Bibliography
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1783716
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (189 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9788132219552
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1783716
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1783716
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10896222
  • (OCoLC)884270379

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