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WTO

abbr.
World Trade Organization

WTO

abbreviation for
(Economics) World Trade Organization
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Noun1.WTO - an international organization based in Geneva that monitors and enforces rules governing global trade
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WTO

N ABBR =World Trade OrganizationOMC f

WTO

[ˌdʌbəljuːˌtiːˈəʊ] n (=World Trade Organisation) → OMC f(= Organisation mondiale du commerce)
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The draft WTO Accession Package will be submitted to members for formal approval when the meeting reconvenes on 22 June.
Iranian state broadcasting quoted Esmail Jalili, Iran's representative at the WTO, as blaming the United States Sunday for the lack of movement on Iran's two-decade-old application.
The Agreement on Trade Facilitation is the first new WTO Agreement to be adopted since the organisation was established almost 20 years ago, Mr Robb said.
At a ceremony to celebrate the decision, WTO director-general Roberto Azevedo congratulated the Yemen government for the domestic reforms it is undertaking after 13 years to finally become a WTO member.
The WTO on Tuesday formally appointed Azevedo as its new director general replacing Pascal Lamy, whose tenure will end on Aug.
Russia's entry into the WTO family of nations marks a defining moment in the WTO's history and in the evolution of the rules-based, open, multilateral trading system.
Constrained openness holds that the practice of WTO adjudicating bodies can be understood as WTO law, that these bodies produce institutional acts through an internal point of view and these acts are what should be understood as WTO law.
Washington lifted its blockage of the talks in 2005, and the WTO created a working group to handle them in May of that year.
In a recent WTO dispute brought by the EU against the continued trade sanctions of the United States and Canada, the Appellate Body found that the three countries must engage in so-called compliance proceedings to verify the WTO-compatibility of the current EU legislation and the legality of the sanctions imposed by the United States and Canada on EU exports.
If a dispute settlement body panel rules that a government is breaking a WTO rule, then they must change a policy or even a law, if it is at fault.
AFTER LOSING a World Trade Organization (WTO) case concerning online gambling, the United States in May said it will no longer agree to subject its Internet gambling rules to WTO jurisdiction.