The book concludes that many of the rules governing the process of fact-finding in WTO dispute settlement are not optimally designed. This concluding chapter reviews the main findings in this regard and puts forward suggestions for improving different aspects of the process of fact-finding, including a brief note on how such suggestions could be implemented.
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