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GATT

 (găt)
abbr.
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
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GATT

(ɡæt)
n acronym for
(Commerce) General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: a multilateral international treaty signed in 1947 to promote trade, esp by means of the reduction and elimination of tariffs and import quotas; replaced in 1995 by the World Trade Organization
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GATT

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
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Noun1.GATT - a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
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GATT

[gæt] N ABBR =General Agreement on Tariffs and TradeGATT m
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GATT

[ˈgæt] n abbr (=General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) → GATT m
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GATT

(Hist) abbr of General Agreement on Tariffs and TradeGATT nt
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GATT

[gæt] n abbr =General Agreement on Tariffs and TradeGATT m =accordo generale sulle tariffe e sul commercio
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Summary: London [UK], Aug 13 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) remains hopeful of making it to the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics, Marylebone Cricket Club's World Cricket Committee chairman Mike Gatting confirmed on Monday.
But former England captain Mike Gatting believes that this is just the start of sterner tests that await the world No 1 Test team in Tests and Twenty20s.
Dubai Former England cricket captain Mike Gatting thinks the worst is now behind England after their shock six-run comeback win over South Africa in Chennai yesterday.
At the end of a day unparalleled in Test history an impasse between captain Mike Gatting and Pakistani umpire Shakoor Rana was set to send the whole team home early and threaten the fabric of the international sport.
ANDREW STRAUSS will go down as one of the greatest England captains of all time if he successfully defends the Ashes this winter, according to Mike Gatting. Hostilities between England and Australia resumed at midnight earlier today with Strauss looking to become the first man to lead an England team to victory Down Under since Gatting's side achieved a 2-1 win 23 years ago.
Summary: Mike Gatting has praised England's mentality in the pursuit of success following the seven-wicket World Twenty20 final win over Australia.
Email your nostalgia pictures for this daily feature to mypictures@birminghammail.net IN DECEMBER 1987, England's cricket tour to Pakistan hung in the balance after a row between Mike Gatting and umpire Shakoor Rana.
JOE GATTING scored the only goal of the game to give Brighton a hard-fought victory over Chesterfield, prompting boss Dean Wilkins to say: "We had five 19-year-olds in the starting line-up so this is quite a fantastic result for us."
Former England cricketers Mike Gatting and Graham Gooch were pulling out the balls yesterday.
MIKE Gatting believes the young England side which disposed of Zimbabwe inside three days did not get the credit their ``ruthless'' approach deserved.