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Synonyms for GATT

a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas

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This concern led the GATT to negotiate and adopt, in 1964, a new chapter on Trade and Development.
"Gatt applies if you have an agreement, not if you have decided not to have an agreement or have been unable to come to an agreement."
CARDIFF - Tries: W Rees-Hole, E Howley, M Powell, J Gatt, K Myhill, I Jenkins.
A spokeswoman for East Ayrshire Council said Gatt was there "to support her own child" and "a number of teaching staff closely supervised the trip at all times".
Cuba had joined the GATT as a charter member in 1948, giving it most favored nation (MFN) market access to all contracting parties (CPs), but 90% of Cuban trade and investment was with the U.S.
The Ravens scored their second try in style when an Evans high kick to the corner was well collected by Gatt, who sent Phillips through to score.
It is unlikely that they will ever be able to replicate this feat: not only have developing countries become adept at resisting the club dynamics of the GATT era, but the very success of the club approach in the Uruguay Round also means that the multilateral trading system is now too valuable to the developed countries for them to credibly threaten to abandon it in favor of a new club.
The department investigated and initially rejected Gatt's discrimination complaint, according to a statement and letter provided by transportation officials.
O tema foi introduzido na agenda das negociacoes comerciais amparadas pelo Acordo Geral de Tarifas e Comercio (GATT) em 1986, com o lancamento da Rodada Uruguai.
The data from these networked beacon-type IoT devices is regulated by the Generic Attribute Profile (GATT) built on top of the Attribute Protocol (ATT) within BLE.
GATT is an acronym of "General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade".