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WTO

abbreviation for World Trade Organization. See GATT.
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The minister said that the ministry works for joining of Sudan to World trade organization .
a roadmap for BiH's accession to the World Trade Organization.
If Iran will join the World Trade Organization it will be a win-win situation and an important step towards creation of a real global organization," Nematzadeh said in Nairobi, Kenya, on Thursday night.
The EU and another 23 members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) today completed a trade deal that eliminates custom duties on more than 200 high-tech products.
The World Trade Organization will provide technical assistance in form of equipment for the given bureau.
The National Committee for the World Trade Organization will hold its second meeting under the chairmanship of Al Mansouri at the office of the Ministry of Economy in Dubai tomorrow to prepare for the four-day international conference.
According to the report, the role of the World Trade Organization WTO is as “the international organization whose primary purpose is to open trade for the benefit of all.
Summary: French Secretary of State for Foreign Trade Anne-Marie Idrac, on a two-day visit to Algiers assured Sunday her readiness to support Algeria's World Trade Organization (WTO) membership.
Summary: The World Trade Organization (WTO) members expressed significant interest in a UAE initiative to liberalize the trade in raw materials during discussions on the non-agricultural products market, also simply referred to as 'NAMA'.
Even if the World Trade Organization finds such moves legal under existing treaties, nothing can change the intent.
Once enough countries get on board with the new taxes, the others will be "penalized for abstaining" through fines and trade penalties, likely put in place through the World Trade Organization.
Review of International Organizations," also to be published quarterly, publishes content that analyzes the operations and policies of agencies such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization, the Group of 7, the World Bank, NATO, the World Health Organization and the United Nations, as well as non-governmental organizations such as the Red Cross and the International Competition Forum.

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