Document Type

Article

Abstract

Lead paint toys and tainted baby formula milk from China, along with other scares involving consumer goods, have focused the public's attention on the risks of a global supply chain that no state controls. Yet, domestic instruments available to protect consumers against unsafe or undesirable foreign goods and services are limited.

Date of Authorship for this Version

1-1-2013

Keywords

international trade, consumer protection, Consumer Protection Law, International Trade

Original Citation

Harvard International Law Journal, Vol. 55, forthcoming.

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