Legal culture and trade disputes: Vietnam's increasing capacity to engage with the WTO
This article examines the impact of legal culture on Vietnam's engagement with the WTO, and its engagement in trade disputes in particular. It provides case studies of several Vietnamese trade disputes as a means of examining this theme - including the Vietnamese catfish case, involving the US requirement that catfish from Asia be labelled as 'tra' or 'basa'; and the impact of the Chinese-Thai Early Harvest Agreement of the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) in 2003.
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