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Canada — Measures Affecting the Sale of Gold Coins, South Africa v Canada, Report of the Panel, L/5863, ITL 095 (GATT 1985), 17th September 1985, World Trade Organisation [WTO]; General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (historical) [GATT]



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Whether the elimination by Ontario of the retail sales tax on Maple Leaf gold coins, and not on Krugerrand from South Africa, was consistent with Articles II and III of the GATT 1947.

To what extent the federal government of Canada was responsible for a breach of the GATT 1947 committed by Ontario.

Keywords: International economic law; International trade; Goods; Most-favoured-nation treatment (MFN); Most-favoured-nation (MFN), substantive matters; International responsibility; Attribution; Actions of political subdivisions and attribution; State entities and attribution; Responsibility of states; Relationship between international and domestic law; Conflicts between; Federal states; Statehood, jurisdiction of states, organs of states; Federal states

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Subjects: Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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