作者: Youngjeen Cho ：梨花女子大学国际研究生院，韩国 首尔;
关键词: 渔业补贴； 世界贸易组织(WTO)； 多哈发展议程(DDA)； 规则； 委员会议案； 补贴与反补贴措施协议(ASCM)； 跨太平洋伙伴关系协议(TPP)； Fisheries Subsidies； World Trade Organization (WTO)； Doha Development Agenda (DDA)； Rules； Chairman’s Consolidated Text； Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (ASCM)； Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)摘要:
Abstract: Fisheries subsidies negotiation was added to the negotiation agenda of the DDA largely by the concern for the depletion of fishery stocks. Some members, in particular, the friends of fish group countries, claimed that over-fishing and overcapacity caused by various fisheries subsidies program have resulted in the depletion of fishery stocks. Therefore, they argued that new disciplines should be introduced to address the situation. In 2007, after more than five years of negotiations, the chairman of the rules negotiations group circulated a consolidated text. However, the negotiations have hardly made progress since then. This paper examines whether the rule negotiating group chair’s text is legally and practically appropriate to serve as a basis for the fisheries subsidies negotiations. In order to address the question, this paper presents the brief history of fisheries subsidies negotiations at the WTO. Then, it analyzes critical issues of the rule negotiating group chair’s text. It also explores the consolidated text of the TPP negotiations. Based on the analysis, it concludes that the basic concept and the principle of the chair’s text are inconsistent with those of the ASCM, and that the structure of the text does not conform those of the ASCM and other WTO agreements. Likewise, the TPP text bears similar problems. Therefore, it is highly questionable whether WTO members and TPP parties can actually achieve the goal to conserve fishery resources. WTO members as well as TPP parties should try to address these problems, so that they can make real progress in negotiations.
文章引用: Youngjeen Cho (2015) 再谈世贸组织渔业津贴协议。 争议解决， 1， 10-11. doi: 10.12677/DS.2015.11002
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