World Trade Organization

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an international organization based in Geneva that monitors and enforces rules governing global trade

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In March, when - and we are convinced that this will happen - we conclude the bilateral negotiations, we will need at least three months of technical preparations with the WTO administration, so BiH will be admitted to the World Trade Organization in June, before the summer holiday season," concluded Minister Mirko A aroviA.
The World Trade Organization deals with the global rules of trade between nations.
This should add momentum to the multilateral World Trade Organization process happening now in Nairobi.
The report notes the overwhelming consensus among the experts interviewed is that WTO trade can be mutually beneficial with the right framework in place to do, in essence, what the World Trade Organization WTO claims as its mission: ensure a level playing field.
Obaid Saif Al Kindi, Director of the Office of the UAE at the World Trade Organization in Geneva.
The FSCs were found by the World Trade Organization in 2000 to be a direct subsidy to exports.
In a nutshell: Documentary about performance-art pranksters who pretend to be World Trade Organization representatives - and are mistaken for such by news organizations and trade associations - is equal parts subversively amusing and puzzlingly arcane.
Unfortunately, the Cancun World Trade Organization ministerial brought movement on the global front to a halt, at least temporarily.
The one that the World Trade Organization is producing is a sure path to economic slavery because it exploits the poor workers who cannot follow their products into the rich countries.
Trade has been a big international policy issue recently, due to the 5th World Trade Organization Ministerial Meeting in Cancun, Mexico in September.
On August 30, 2003, a World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in Geneva, Switzerland adopted new rules on exporting generic copies of patented drugs to poor countries.
For more information about the World Trade Organization, here are some links: www.
In the coming year President Bush needs to take more aggressive steps to offer concrete benefits to the Russian government, steps such as more active support for Russia's bid for membership in the World Trade Organization, immediate and unconditional repeal of the Jackson-Vanik amendment, and more encouragement of Western investment in Russia.
India had accepted the World Trade Organization regime, reducing trade barriers.
In November 2001, the World Trade Organization launched a new set of multilateral negotiations at its ministerial conference in Doha, Qatar.
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