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But it did find that continued support given by the State of Washington to the US aircraft maker Boeing to still be in breach of the rule-book. Is there a chance the US and EU will settle this dispute? There are various new or smaller players on the market for large aircraft from China, Brazil, Canada and elsewhere.
They knew that through negotiations they would never get such clarification. The Belgian professor of international economic law, who joined the Appellate Body in and stayed on until March this year, deliberately stayed aloof from the media and Genevan social life throughout his tenure.
The US have been blocking the appointment of new Appellate Body members since Consequently, the seven-member body is down to three — the minimum quota required to function — and will no longer be able to decide on new appeals next December, when there will be only one Appellate Body member left. They have to do nothing and yet they reach their goal: no appellate review. The US have had gripes with the Appellate Body for a variety of reasons.
Some are long-standing procedural frustrations that have to do with the inability of the team working on appeals to issue reports within 90 days, as officially mandated in the WTO rule-book. However, the growing complexity of cases — not flanked by commensurate increases in staffing — made completing appellate review within the required time-framework basically impossible. The US has also been unhappy with Appellate Body members — such as Van den Bossche himself -staying on beyond their term to finish work on appeals randomly assigned to them before the end of their term.
More fundamentally, there is a strong constituency in Washington, of which the current USTR Robert Lighthizer is the most prominent representative, that does not want any international judicial body to constrain US trade policies, especially its trade defence policies. But they do not define what exactly a public body is.