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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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During the GATT Tokyo Round of Negotiations (1973-1979), the 'Enabling Clause' was adopted giving a permanent most favoured nation (MFN) waiver to the GSP.
Gatt, a cleaner, narrowly avoided being jailed in November 2016 over the drunken incident with the boy in a house in Cumbria the previous summer.
Therefore, despite the embargo, Cuba's GATT participation maintained its access to trade on MFN terms in non-US markets.
SCORERS: BRIDGEND - Tries: J Gatt, J Phillips, S Floyd-Ellis; Cons: R Evans (3); Pen: R Evans
El origen del GATT se remonta a las reuniones previas a la celebracion de la Conferencia Internacional de las Naciones Unidas sobre Comercio y Empleo, para la creacion de la OIC, naciendo, por tanto, en el seno de la ONU.
Why did the major trading powers decide to establish the exclusive GATT alongside the universal ITO, and how did they try to reconcile the two institutions?
Desde o comeco da decada de 1980, quando os Estados Unidos tomaram a iniciativa de propor uma nova rodada multilateral de negociacoes comerciais no GATT que incluisse em sua agenda o tema do comercio de servicos, os negociadores brasileiros em Genebra consideravam que essa iniciativa continha "uma forte ameaca aos interesses comerciais e desenvolvimentistas dos paises em desenvolvimento".
Developers can add their own software profiles for their devices on top of the GATT protocol to ensure compatibility with other components designed for BLE.
Until 1994, GATT's activity was running trade negotiations to reduce and imposing limits on customs tariff and other obstacles of the international trade.