Although the power to protect life or health is recognized by WTO Members, they shall comply with WTO rules. The necessity of a trade-restrictive measure for protecting life or health is analyzed from a historical perspective since the Opium Ban in China to the Appellate Body decision in Brazil-Retreaded Tyres.
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About the Author
Attorney-at-Law for the Ministry of Finances of Brazil, Master of Advanced Studies in International Organisations - University of Zurich, Master in International Law and Economic Integration - State University of Rio de Janeiro, Researcher of the High Graduate School of Finances of the Ministry of Finances of Brazil, Member of the American Society of International Law and Member of the Society of International Economic Law