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GATT

abbreviation for General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, an international agreement concluded in 1947 that is basically oriented towards free trade. It is still current in a renegotiated form and is a major parameter of international trade. It is organized by the World Trade Organization.
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TRIMs Agreement, despite the fact that it refereed to Articles of GATT 1994, was a separate and autonomous Agreement, capable of sui generis enforcement.
These clients may hit the new GATT limit before normal retirement age and will need to plan accordingly.
from a combination of high exit and low voice in the text of GATT 1947
Com a analise aqui realizada, e possivel verificar, particularmente, a origem de limitacoes encontradas atualmente quando litigios sao levados ao sistema de solucao de controversias da OMC, assim como tal leitura permite que se vislumbre a interpretacao evolutiva por tras de conceitos relativos a questoes ambientais do GATT (1).
Many authors who describe the GATT as a club do not explain what exactly they mean by this term.
CSR aims to enable standard BLE systems to form a robust mesh on top of the GATT profile using high-level protocols that pertain to an advertising packet's contents, instructions for handling that packet, security and device authentication, network sharing keys and other layers with interoperability in mind.
Technically as GATT has not officially been approved, it is not in the list of agreements in Harris's book.
Article XV, paragraph 4 of the GATT provides that [contracting parties shall not, by exchange action, frustrate the intent of the provisions of this Agreement, nor, by trade action, the intent of the provisions of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund.
the GATT grant most-favored-nation (MFN) treatment (1) "immediately
The GATT agreement will be applied in Kuwait in 2012.
The genesis of GATT Article XXIV is somewhat murky, although it is clear from the negotiating history that the major players in the original GATT negotiations (the United States and Great Britain) accepted the wisdom of a "carve out" for customs unions from the outset.