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Canada initiated 7 of its nine investigations in that sector, followed by Mexico and the United States, with 5 each, and Australia and New Zealand with 4 each. (...) The United States was a distant third, reporting 9 final measures, down from 10 during the second semester of 2002. (...) China applied 8 measures on products in the plastics sector, followed by Australia with 6, with the United States accounting for the other 3 measures in that sector.
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Score: 984969.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres04_e/pr374_e.htm
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The European Communities were a distant second to India in the number of final measures imposed during the period, with 13, followed by the United States (9), Argentina and South Africa (7 each) and Egypt (6). (...) Of the measures on products in the base metals sector, the largest number was imposed by the European Communities (10), followed by the United States (8), India (6), South Africa (4), Australia (3), Mexico (2), and Thailand (1). In the chemicals sector, India imposed the largest number of measures (17) followed by Argentina, Brazil, and the European Communities (2 each) and Mexico and the United States (1 each).
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Score: 979310.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres03_e/pr339_e.htm
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Sanctions should not be imposed for invalid political reasons and should not arise from or produce an economic benefit for one State or group of States at the expense of the sanctioned State or other States. (...) The economic sanctions on Cuba were imposed by the United States of America in 1960 and were subsequently amended by the Cuban Democracy Act of 1992 and the Helms-Burton Act of 1996. (...) Moreover, the US makes its own foreign trade policy extraterritorial, through a system of secondary sanctions which force third-party countries also into imposing an embargo on Cuba.. 12. In conclusion, it maybe stated that it is not sufficient that the policy of the targeted country justifies the imposition of economic sanctions.
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Score: 978925 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pUnilateralCoerciveSeminar.pdf
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SEE ALSO : > press releases   > WTO news archives   > Supachai Panitchpakdi's speeches > More on anti-dumping > More on Subsidies and countervailing measures The European Communities, India and the United States imposed the most new final measures, 6 each, during the first semester of 2004. (...) Of the new measures on products in the base metals sector, the largest number was imposed by the United States – 5 of its 6 new measures were on products in that sector. (...) Chinese Taipei and Korea were next, with, respectively, 14 and 11 investigations initiated on their exports in the first semester of 2004. The United States had 8 investigations initiated on its exports, Russia had 6, and India and Thailand had 5 each.
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Score: 977609.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres04_e/pr387_e.htm
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In this context, states impose sanctions on non-governmental entities such as companies and terrorist groups, which can take the form of travel bans or freezing of financial assets, and the embargo of weapons in some cases. (...) Management and Administrative Sciences Review . http://bit.ly/3gUvRz2 ] In this way, Partners for Transparency (PTF) Association notes that the appropriate legal and human rights conditions for the application of unilateral coercive measures by states are to impose sanctions on terrorist entities, states sponsoring terrorism and those directly involved in human rights violations. (...) The European Union sanctions are not comprehensive compared to the ones imposed by the United States, but they are still widespread and include trade restrictions, financial sanctions and arms embargoes.
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Score: 976162.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...partners-for-transparency.docx
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Chinese Taipei, Japan, and the United States each had 5 investigations initiated on their exports, while other Members had 3 or fewer investigations initiated on their exports during the first semester of 2003. (...) The second most affected sector was base metals, which includes iron, steel and aluminium products, with 15 investigations initiated, followed by plastics (10 initiations). The United States initiated 7 of its 16 investigations on products in the chemicals sector, followed by 5 initiations on products in the base metals sector. (...) In the chemicals sector, India imposed the largest number of measures (12), followed by China (5), Australia (2), and Canada, Mexico, and the United States (1 each).
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Score: 966309.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres03_e/pr362_e.htm
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This Decree shall specify offending acts, forms, degrees, procedures, and the powers to impose penalties for administrative offences in relation to protection and State administration of industrial property. 2. (...) A warning or a fine of between five hundred thousand (500,000) dong and two million (2,000,000) dong shall be imposed on any organization or individual failing to perform the obligation to pay remuneration to an owner of an invention, utility solution or industrial design in accordance with the decision of the State body authorized in compulsory licencing. 4. (...) The State administrative body in charge of industrial property shall, within fifteen (15) days from the date of receipt of the written request, the file and evidence of the offence, notify in writing the person authorized to impose the penalty of its opinion. 4.
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Score: 955586.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_15.pdf
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Does your Government consider that sanctions imposed by individual states or regional organizations without or beyond authorization of the UN Security Council targeting states and/ or non-state actors have an impact on enjoyment of human rights by the citizens of targeted states in the situation of natural and man-made emergency, including COVID-19 pandemic? (...) The United States of America has on its turn intensified its punitive measures against Syria as of the 1st June 2020 through the so-called Caesar Act, which aims to impose a complete economic blockade on the Syrian people and the Syrian state to disrupt reconstruction efforts in Syria. (...) The transgressive nature of coercive measures imposed by the United States, whose effects extend to third countries, leads companies and institutions in those countries to refrain from engaging in any kind of cooperation with institutions in sanctions-targeted countries. 
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Score: 952651.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...M/submissions/states/Syria.doc
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The United States also referred to certain additional duties imposed by China on the importation of certain products from the United States. (...) China referred to the publication by the United States on 10 July 2018 of a list of products of Chinese origin to be subject to an   ad valorem duty of 10% to be imposed by the United States on the importation of certain Chinese products . (...) The United States also referred to certain additional duties that China announced it would impose on the importation of certain products from the United States.
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Score: 951893.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds543_e.htm
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The unilateral sanctions, especially the secondary sanctions imposed by the United States, are exercised with the absence of “real and sufficient ties”. (...) For example, by taking Huawei’s use of the U.S. dollar settlement system as a linking point, the United States has used its domestic sanction law targeting Iran to impose sanctions on the normal economic and trade exchanges, carried out beyond the U.S. territory, between Huawei and Iran. (...) Unilateral coercive measures should be lifted so as to ensure that all member states could respond to the pandemic in a comprehensive, effective and efficient manner. (3) The current situation of the abuse of UCMs by the United States As authorized by the International Emergency Economic Power Act of the United States and other domestic laws, the President of the United States imposes unilateral sanctions by issuing executive orders; the U.S.
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Score: 947164.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...States/submission-china-2.docx
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