Opinion | 08 Oct 2019
Myth busted: China’s status as a developing country gives it few benefits in the World Trade Organisation
In complaining about China's alleged special treatment by the World Trade Organization, US President Donald Trump and Australia's Scott Morrison are pointing to something that isn't really there.
Achievement | 02 Aug 2019
Hong Kong and Singapore roadshow a success for CIBEL Centre
Roadshow helps to strengthen research collaboration with academic staff in five top universities.
Opinion | Research | 23 Nov 2018
OPINION Barley is tactical weapon as China takes on Australia over dumping
China's so-called anti-dumping action against Australia is really an action against Australia's overuse of anti-dumping provisions. Barley producers are caught in the crossfire.
Opinion | Research | 11 Apr 2018
OPINION Shorten's plan to triple anti-dumping penalties misunderstands the law
Bill Shorten’s proposal to triple anti-dumping penalties demonstrates a misunderstanding of dumping and its impact on the economy. It also misunderstands when anti-dumping measures may be lawfully applied and to what extent.
20 Oct 2017
Strengthening our commitment to China and the region
UNSW Law’s China International Business & Economic Law (CIBEL) Initiative travelled to Beijing last month to further drive collaboration and strengthen the Faculty’s commitment to China and the region.
18 Sep 2017
Indonesia challenges Australia’s anti-dumping measures at the WTO
OPINION: Dr Weihuan Zhou, The Conversation, 15 September 2017.
14 Sep 2017
Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute: impact on new EU antidumping methodology
OPINION: Dr Weihuan Zhou and Stéphanie Noël, Borderlex, 7 September 2017.On 1 September 2017, Indonesia brought a dispute to the World Trade Organization over Australia’s anti-dumping measures on A4 copy paper. The implications of a ruling in this case will go far beyond the case at hand and may impact, in the long-term, the anti-dumping practice of the European Union.