The Regional Trade Agreement (RTA) offers a meaningful exemption to the MFN principle in the WTO system. It is thus worthy analysing the existing RTA provisions and WTO rules on specific issues for designing a new framework of RTA by understanding the co-related functions of the RTAs and their connections with the WTO agreements. This approach is very crucial for reducing the number of disputes between the RTA parties when deciding trade remedy. In particular, the three Northeast Asian countries, China, Japan, and Korea (CJK), have a scheme for an FTA, the so-called CJK FTA, and they also can use this method in the procedure of designing articles on trade remedy measures. This book discusses about the legal points of provisions on trade remedies in the RTAs, such as for the possible CJK FTA. It further reviews the potential legal issues of RTAs and discusses the structure of provisions as part of the CJK FTA.