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Farah, P.D. (2012), Internazionalizzazione, dumping e aiuti di stato: la posizione dell’UE e le misure di difesa commerciale per le imprese (Internationalization, Dumping and State Aids: the EU Position and the Trade Defense Measures for the Enterprises), Rapporto Veneto Internazionale (Report Veneto International), Centri Studi e Ricerche Economiche e Sociali (Center for Economic and Social Studies and Research), Casa Editrice Vianello Libri, Venezia, 2012, pp. 207-222

To download the file of the chapter please click on the following link: Paolo Davide Farah Internazionalizzazione, dumping e aiuti di stato la posizione dell’UE e le misure di difesa commerciale per le imprese

Indice:

1. La disciplina comunitaria e le misure di difesa commerciale per le imprese

2. Le misure antidumping e la relativa procedura

3. Le misure antisovvenzione

4. Le misure di salvaguardia

5. Gli strumenti di difesa commerciale dell’Unione europea e le Piccole e Medie Imprese

Internazionalizzazione del mercato, dumping e aiuti di stato: la posizione dell’Ue e le misure di difesa commerciale per le imprese

di Paolo Davide Farah 

Sintesi

Nell’arena internazionale del mercato globale, gli imprenditori e le imprese dell’Unione europea sono chiamati a far fronte a numerose insidie concorrenziali, alcune delle quali provenienti da Paesi terzi. La continua e crescente internazionalizzazione del mercato fa emergere la necessità impellente per le imprese comunitarie di rispondere alle varie sfide concorrenziali in modo efficace e tempestivo, avvalendosi degli strumenti di difesa commerciale elaborati dall’ordinamento comunitario.

Gli Stati membri dell’Unione europea hanno infatti sviluppato una propria politica commerciale comune verso i Paesi terzi, finalizzata a favorire lo sviluppo del commercio mondiale, l’abolizione progressiva delle restrizioni agli scambi e la riduzione delle barriere tariffarie. La liberalizzazione degli scambi richiede tuttavia la chiara definizione di diritti ed obblighi in capo alla totalità dei partner commerciali e questo determina la necessità di disporre meccanismi giuridici che assicurino il rispetto delle norme di corretta concorrenza tra imprese che operano nell’arena internazionale.

Riferimenti bibliografici

Aggarwal A. (2004), “Macro Economic Determinants of Antidumping: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Developing Countries”, World Development 32(6): 1043-1057.

Baldwin R., Evenett S. (2008), What World Leaders Must Do to Halt theSpread of Protectionism, Londres: VoxEU.org.

Cadot O., Melo J. de, Tumurchudur B. (2007), “AntiDumping Sunset Reviews: The Uneven Reach of WTO Disciplines”, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Discussion Paper No. DP6502. 

Czako J., Human J., Miranda J. (2003), An Handbook on Antidumping Investigations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Farah P. D. (2006), “Five Years of China’s WTO Membership. EU and US Perspectives about China’s Compliance with Transparency Commitments and the Transitional Review Mechanism”, Legal Issues of Economic Integration, Kluwer Law International, Volume 33, Number 3, pp. 263- 304. Accessibile online: https://paolofarah.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/ paolofarahliei263-304.pdf 

Farah P. D., Cima E. (2010), “China’s Participation in the World Trade Organization: Trade in Goods, Services, Intellectual Property Rights and Trasparency Issues”, in Aurelio Lopez-Tarruella Martinez (edited), El comercio con China. Oportunidades empresariales, incertidumbres jurídicas, Tirant lo blanch, Valencia (Spain), pp. 83-121. Accessibile online: https://paolofarah.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/el-comercio-conchina-di-p-d-farah-e-cima-versione-finale.pdf 

Farah P., Soprano R. (2009), “Dumping e Anti-dumping”, Il Sole 24 Ore, pp. XXIV-183. 

Gruenspecht H. K. (1988), “Dumping and Dynamic Competition”, in Journal of International Economics 25(3-4): 225- 248. 

Yano H. (2006), “Recent Trends and Developments in the Use of Safeguard Measures – with Brief Comparisons with other Trade Remedy Instruments”, in Matsushita M., Akn D., Chen T.-J. (ed.), The WTO Trade Remedy System: East Asian Perspectives, Londres: Cameron May: 159-170. 

Miranda J., Torres R. A., Ruiz M. (1998), “The International Use of Antidumping: 1987-1997”, in Journal of World Trade 32(5): 5-71. 

Prusa T. J. (2005), “Anti-dumping: A Growing Problem in International Trade” The World Economy 28, no. 5: 683-700. 

Prusa T. J. (2001), “On the Spread and Impact of Anti-Dumping”, Canadian Journal of Economics 34, no. 3: 591-611. 

Zanardi M. (2004), “Anti-Dumping Law As a Collusive Device”, in Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique.


* Senior Lecturer in Law (Professore Associato di diritto internazionale dell’economia) presso la Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (Regno Unito); Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School, East Asian Legal Studies; Responsabile dell’Unità di ricerca presso l’Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei (IUSE) a Torino e Vice-coordinatore scientifico dell’intero progetto POREEN finanziato dalla Commissione europea e coordinato dall’Università di Macerata. Il presente lavoro e’ parte dei risultati del progetto POREEN. Per informazioni e commenti : paolofarah@yahoo.com

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Proiezione internazionale e 

attrazione degli investimenti esteri: 

quali strategie per il Veneto?

Presentazione Rapporto Veneto Internazionale 2012
Venezia, 11 dicembre 2012
ore 10.00
Auditorium Santa Margherita
Dorsoduro 3689 – Venezia 

In un contesto caratterizzato da una profonda crisi economica e da un lento riassestamento del sistema economico regionale, la vocazione alle esportazioni e l’apertura internazionale rappresentano l’unico elemento di forza del Veneto e più in generale del Nord-Est italiano. Ma sul versante dell’attrazione degli investimenti diretti esteri la situazione della regione non appare confortante. Negli ultimi anni si è assistito ad un’inversione di tendenza dopo un lungo periodo che dall’inizio degli anni ’80 aveva visto continuamente crescere la presenza di multinazionali estere in Veneto. Ed è probabile che la fase negativa sia solo all’inizio, dato che la crisi economica sta colpendo duramente le imprese, e non poche multinazionali hanno annunciato forti ristrutturazioni se non addirittura la chiusura delle attività.

In un quadro che vede il nostro Paese perdere progressivamente attrattività in ambito nazionale, appare quindi urgente per il Veneto ripensare strategie e politiche di sviluppo regionale finalizzate non solo a promuovere una più incisiva presenza nelle reti globali della produzione e della conoscenza, ma anche a favorire l’attrazione di nuovi capitali dall’estero, dai quali il sistema economico regionale potrebbe trarre beneficio, soprattutto se destinati all’avvio di nuove attività economiche o al perfezionamento di quelle già insediate.

10.00 REGISTRAZIONE PARTECIPANTI

10.15 INTERVENTI DI SALUTO

CARLO CARRARO, Rettore Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
ALESSANDRO BIANCHI, Presidente Unioncamere Veneto

10.30 RELAZIONI TECNICHE

Introduce: GIAN ANGELO BELLATI Segretario Generale Unioncamere Veneto
La proiezione internazionale del Veneto: un quadro aggiornato

SERAFINO PITINGARO, Centro Studi Unioncamere Veneto
L’attrazione degli investimenti esteri: un’opportunità da cogliereGIANCARLO CORÒ, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

11.30 TAVOLA ROTONDA: COME ATTRARRE E FARE INVESTIMENTI DIRETTI ALL’ESTERO: ESPERIENZE IMPRENDITORIALI A CONFRONTO

Introduce e coordina: MARIO VOLPE, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

IRIS (calzature, Fiesso D’Artico VE)
KEYLINE (meccatronica, Conegliano TV)
RIGONI DI ASIAGO (agroalimentare, Asiago VI)*
NIDEK TECHNOLOGIES (apparecchiature diagnostiche, Albignasego PD)
ENVITEC BIOGAS ITALIA (costruzione impianti biogas, Sommacampagna VR)* 

12.30 CONCLUSIONI MARINO FINOZZI, Assessore regionale alle politiche per l’internazionalizzazione, Regione del Veneto

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“The Internal Action of the Chinese Strategy to Secure Access and Control of Raw Materials and Commodities with Particular Focus on the Market Access and Export Restraints for Foreign Companies”, Key Note Speech to the EU 27 member States Commercial Counselors in Shanghai, European Union Delegation in China and Mongolia – Trade Section, Video Conference from Beijing, 12th December 2012

To download the agenda: European Union Delegation in Beijing – EU 27 member States Trade Consellors – Agenda Shanghai – 12th December 2012

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“China’s Strategy to Secure Access and Control of Raw Materials and Commodities: the External Action of the Chinese Strategy with Particular Focus on Africa”, Key Note Speech to the EU 27 member States Commercial Counselors in Beijing, European Union Delegation in China and Mongolia – Trade Section, Beijing, China, 12th December 2012

To download the agenda: European Union Delegation in Beiijing – EU 27 member States Trade Counselors – Agenda Beijing – 12th December 2012

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FP7-PEOPLE-2010 IRSES

Marie Curie Irses

Download the Lealflet of the Agenda of the workshop: EPSEI PROJECT – Workshop on Sustainable Energy Investments – 11th December 2012 FINAL

 

Consortium :

Università degli Studi di Torino (COORDINATOR)

Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro

Lunds Universitet

Université de Provence

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo per i Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC) SCARL

Università Cá Foscari Venezia

Tsinghua University

Tomsk State University

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

 

EPSEI PROJECT

Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments:

towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage

 

WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INVESTMENTS

 

Tsinghua University

Center for Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law (THCEREL),

Room 532, School of Law

Beijing, China

 

11th December 2012, 1:30 – 530 pm

Introduction: Paolo Davide FARAH, EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin Department of Law

Presentation of the Objectives of EPSEI Project and Introduction to the Workshop

CHAIR: Michael FAURE, University of Maastricht, Faculty of Law & Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Law

 

Fulvio BARTOLUCCI, Solvay Energy Services China

An Update on Carbon Markets: a Darwinian Evolution  

Elena CIMA, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio) & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing

Renewable    Energy    and    Domestic    Support:    an    Environmentally-Friendly Interpretation of the WTO Agreement on Subsidies

Shujie FENG, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Intellectual Property Law

Exceptions to Environment Friendly Patents: Are They Permitted by TRIPs Agreement?

Paolo Davide FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom), University of Turin (Department of Law), EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin Department of Law & EU Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing

Fossil Fuels v Renewabe Energy: OPEC Production Quotas and The World Trade Organization

JIANG Yue, Peking University School of Law

The Regional Arrangements Tackling Climate Change and Emission Trading: How Far Is It From Regions to Globe

DENG Haifeng, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

How to Design a Renewable Energy Legal Easement

WANG Anna, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

A Legal Appraisal on the Combination of Carbon Tax, Carbon Trading and Green Tax System in China

LUO Li, Beijing Institute of Technology, School of Law ; Member of the EPSEI research unit at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL)

Energy Policy and Strategies for Climate Change and Security in China and in Japan: A Comparative Analisys

Jonathan RIZZI,  Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) & EU Marie Curie Fellow at the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Department of Environment and Economy

DSS as Useful Tool to Support Policy Maker in the Context of Climate Changes: the DESYCO Tool.

 

 

Round Table

 

Fulvio Bartolucci, Solvay Energy Services China

Elena Cima, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio)

Paolo Farah, Edge Hill University Department of Law & Criminology, EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin (Department of Law)

Michael Faure, University of Maastricht, Faculty of Law & Erasmus University Rotterdam Faculty of Law

Shujie Feng, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Intellectual Property Law

Deng Haifeng, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

Jiang Yue, Peking University School of Law

Luo Li, Beijing Institute of Technology, School of Law

Gabriele Libera, University of Piemonte Orientale (Dipartimento di Studi dell’Impresa e il Territorio) & Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing

Jonathan Rizzi,  Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) & EU Marie Curie Fellow at the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES), Department of Environment and Economy

Wang Anna, Tsinghua University School of Law, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Law (THCEREL), Beijing; Member of the EPSEI research unit at THCEREL

This workshop has been organized by Paolo Davide Farah (EPSEI Vice-Scientific Coordinator) and has been implemented with funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 269327 Acronym of the Project: EPSEI, Coordinated by University of Turin – Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza.

This workshop has been co-funded by Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom)

For any information about the EPSEI project and its objectives, please address your queries by email to: paolofarah@yahoo.com and visit the blog: https://paolofarah.wordpress.com/collaborative-research-projects

Download the Lealflet of the Agenda of the workshop: EPSEI PROJECT – Workshop on Sustainable Energy Investments – 11th December 2012 FINAL

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Paolo Davide Farah, “Fossil Fuels v Renewabe Energy: OPEC Production Quotas and The World Trade Organization”, Workshop on Sustainable Energy Investments, Tsinghua University, Center for Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law (THCEREL), School of Law, Beijing, China, 11th December 2012

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FP7-PEOPLE-2010 IRSES

Marie Curie Irses

Download the Lealflet of the Agenda of the workshop: EPSEI PROJECT – 7th December 2012 Cà Foscari Venezia – Internal Meeting

 

Consortium :

 

Università degli Studi di Torino (Coordinator)

Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro

Lunds Universitet

Université de Provence

Centro Euro-Mediterraneo per i Cambiamenti Climatici SCARL

Università Cá Foscari Venezia

Tsinghua University

Tomsk State University

Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

 

EPSEI PROJECT

Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments:

towards an Integrated Approach on National and International Stage

 

INTERNAL MEETING

 

Cà Foscari University of Venice

Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics, Room B, Venice, Italy

7th December 2012, 10:30 am – 16.30 pm

 

Paolo FARAH, Ph.D in International Law; Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom); EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin Department of Law (Italy)

Introduction to the Objectives of the EPSEI Project

 

Chair: Antonio MARCOMINI, Professor at Cà Foscari University of Venice and Research Team Coordinator at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

 

Andrea CRITTO, Ph.D. in Environmental Science; Tenured Researcher and Lecturer in Environmental Risk Assessment at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Presentation of Cà Foscari University of Venice and of the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

 

Silvia TORRESAN, Ph.D. in Environmental Science at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

DESYCO: A GIS-based Decision Support System for the Assessment and Sustainable Management of Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Areas and Water Resources at the Regional Scale

 

Valentina GALLINA, Ph.D. Candidate at Cà Foscari University of Venice, Junior Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Climate services and the CLIM-RUN project

 

Elena SEMENZIN, Ph.D. at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Consorzio Venezia Ricerche

KULTURISK: Knowledge-based approach to develop a Culture of Risk Prevention

 

Valeriy A. ZEMTSOV, Ph.D, Tomsk State University, Faculty of Geology and Geography, Department of Hydrology (Tomsk, Russia)

1) Presentation of Hydro-meteorological research and education in Tomsk State University

2) Case Studies: Hydrological Risks in West Siberia in the Context of Climate Change

 

Paolo FARAH, Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom); EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin Department of Law (Italy)

Brainstorming about the Table of context of the books in preparation :

1) Evaluating Policies for Sustainable Energy Investments: the Transnational Governance

2) Sustainable Energy and Environmental Risks Analysis: the Scientific Support to Decision Making in Europe and Asia

 

ROUND TABLE:

Simone ARENA, Research Associate, Edge Hill University, Department of Law and Criminology (United Kingdom)

Andrea CRITTO, Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Tenured Researcher and Lecturer in Environmental Risk Assessment at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Paolo FARAH, Ph.D., Edge Hill University, Department of Law & Criminology (United Kingdom); EPSEI Vice-Coordinator at University of Turin Department of Law (Italy)

Valentina GALLINA, Ph.D. Candidate at Cà Foscari University of Venice, Junior Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Irina KUZHEVSKAYA, Ph.D, Tomsk State University, Faculty of Geology and Geography, Department of Hydrology (Tomsk, Russia)

Antonio MARCOMINI, Professor at Cà Foscari University of Venice and Research Team Coordinator at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Elena SEMENZIN, Ph.D. at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Consorzio Venezia Ricerche

Silvia TORRESAN, Ph.D. in Environmental Science at Cà Foscari University of Venice; Researcher at Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC)

Valeriy A. ZEMTSOV, Tomsk State University, Faculty of Geology and Geography, Department of Hydrology (Tomsk, Russia)

 

Download the Lealflet of the Agenda of the workshop: EPSEI PROJECT – 7th December 2012 Ca Foscari Venezia – Internal Meeting

 

For any information about the EPSEI project and its objectives, please address your queries by email to: paolofarah@yahoo.com and visit the blog: https://paolofarah.wordpress.com/collaborative-research-projects

 

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