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TBT

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) tri-n-butyl tin: a biocide used in marine paints to prevent fouling
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TBT, which is in its sixth year, is a 64-team, single-elimination tournament played across eight different regionals.
TBT conducted this poll from March 12 to March 13, prior to Lai's announcement of his presidential bid.
The workshop, which was held at the MCI's building in Lusail City, was aimed at briefing national authorities on the importance of tackling SPS measures and TBT within the framework of any trade arrangement and their position at the World Trade Organisation.
The objective is to improve the TBT notification system of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and to promote public-private dialogue on potential trade issues at an early stage.
The SPS and TBT agreements under WTO regime are declared as non-discriminatory and principally do not create unnecessary hurdles to trade.
From the perspective of the TBT Agreement, Indonesia encouraged the EU not to create various standards that will hinder the market access of developing country products to the EU region.
The purpose of SPS and TBT measures are not only to regulate the markets and protect consumers but also to protect domestic industries from foreign producers that may flood the domestic market with substandard and cheaper goods.
The major degradation product of TBT in vivo is dibutyltin (DBT), which is also used industrially in the manufacture of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics (Fristachi et al.
The technical barriers to trade (TBT) posed by WTO has impacted global trade pattern; similarly it has effected bilateral trade between China and Pakistan.
Federal's Trophy Bonded Tip (TBT) bullet is perhaps my all-time favorite projectile for hunting big game.