handles many Japanese and overseas cases on behalf of various industries with regard to anti-dumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) proceedings. While he served as deputy director of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, he handled several important WTO disputes on behalf of the Japanese government, such as Argentina Import Restrictions and Russian Recycling Fees on Automobiles. He continues to advise both public and private sectors with regard to international trade law matters associated with the WTO, investment treaties and Regional Trade Agreements. A partner of the firm, Mr Fujii has authored many papers and articles related to international trade law in legal journals, including a series of 14 articles analysing the TPP Agreement.
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