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Mexico – Tax Measures on Soft Drinks and Other Beverages (DS308): Prepared for the ALI Project on the Case Law of the WTO

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1 I owe this point to my colleague Fernando Piérola.

2 This does not mean that a Panel may not decide to invite a representative of a non-Member of the WTO to a hearing if it considers that this would provide it with facts or perspectives that it needs to resolve the dispute before it. For instance, the GATT Panel in European Community – Tariff Treatment on Imports of Citrus Products from Certain Countries in the Mediterranean Region invited Morocco, then a noncontracting party to the GATT, to be present at its meetings ‘on the basis of its considerable commercial interest in the matter’ (GATT document L/5776, paragraph 1.7).

Mexico – Tax Measures on Soft Drinks and Other Beverages (DS308): Prepared for the ALI Project on the Case Law of the WTO

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