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GLOBAL LEVEL
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UNITED NATIONS
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Definitions

  1. The WTO is a Technical Supporter of the competition allowing ELSA to conduct the semi-finals and finals at the Centre William Rappard in Geneva.
  2. The WTO is wary of the use of Article XX by countries simply seeking protection for their import-competing industries.
  3. The WTO was established in 1995 as a result of the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations (1986-1994).

Import Barriers

  1. Some import barriers are expected to be abolished after Russia's accession to the WTO.

Wto Commitments

  1. Since 1991 tax system in India has under gone a radical change, in line with liberal economic policy and WTO commitments of the country.

Markets

  1. Oman continues to liberalize its markets and joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in November 2000.

Value

  1. The value returned by wmemcpy is the value of wto.

Investment

  1. The failure to agree on a multilateral treaty system and the inability to incorporate a discipline on investment within the WTO are also considered.

South Africa

  1. South Africa is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO). U.S. products qualify for South Africa's most-favored-nation tariff rates.

Protection

  1. Harvard mouse), WTO Members retain the discretion to grant or not to grant patent protection.

Discussion

  1. Meanwhile, Clinton demands a standing forum for discussion between the WTO and ILO so that Democrats won't alienate the labor vote in the upcoming election.

Case

  1. The United States first filed the case to the WTO in February and later was joined by Mexico.

Article

  1. The WTO and All of Its Finery This three page paper presents a critical assessment of an article about the World Trade Organization.
  2. According to this article, WTO member states may allow the use of a patent by a third party without the owner's consent.

Etc

  1. TFS: While some Anarchists are satisfied with merely protesting against the WTO, the war, etc, members of the APOC have stressed community organizing.
  2. WTO, some trade agreements, etc.) must be approved by the European Parliament, as must the accession of new Member States to the Union.

Saudi Arabia

  1. So far, Moscow has concluded bilateral talks with over 60 states, but still needs to complete discussions with two WTO members - Saudi Arabia and Georgia.

Desire

  1. Taiwan's accession to the WTO and its desire to become an Asia-Pacific "regional operations center" are spurring further economic liberalization.

Illegal

  1. But the WTO also ruled against South Korea on several counts, saying that some of Seoul's financial support for Hynix was illegal.

Support

  1. Direct price support is classified as amber box support by the WTO. In this regard, the upper limit for South Africa is just over R2 billion.
  2. This can best be achieved by continuing to support and respect the WTO, and by recognizing the legitimacy of competing economic models.

Members

  1. The action by the U.S. sets a precedent that other WTO members could copy in order to back out of their own commitments once they consider them inconvenient.
  2. Another difficulty is that accession is a consensus decision of all WTO members.
  3. There are currently 50 least-developed countries on the UN list, 32 of which to date have become WTO members.

Complaints

  1. Brazil has claimed a victory over the US after the World Trade Organization (WTO) upheld many of its complaints over subsidies paid to cotton farmers.
  2. Following complaints from sugar producers Brazil, Australia and Thailand, the WTO had ruled in 2004 that EU farm subsidies were unfair.

Geneva

  1. Liechtenstein participation in the work of the WTO is undertaken by staff members of the Permanent Mission in Geneva.

Agriculture

  1. Some have argued that agriculture should be removed from purview of the WTO and the Doha Round.

Liechtenstein

  1. Liechtenstein signed the founding agreement in Marrakech in 1994 and joined the WTO on 1 September 1995.
  2. The rules on public procurement are contained in a plurilateral agreement only binding on some of the WTO member states (also on Liechtenstein).

Estonia

  1. Estonia joined the WTO in November 1999 - the second Baltic state to join - and continued its EU accession talks.

Intellectual

  1. The global harmonisation of intellectual property legislation under the WTO has also been criticized, for example by the alter-globalization movement.

Barbados

  1. Barbados is an original Member (1995) of the World Trade Organisation(WTO), and participates actively in its work.
  2. Following the membership in the WTO, the Government of Barbados aggressively tried to make the Barbados economy fully WTO compliant.

Vietnam

  1. Vietnam becomes a member of the WTO (World Trade Organization) in 2006.

Cambodia

  1. Cambodia is the second in the category of least-developed countries (LDCs) to join the WTO, following Nepal’s accession on April 23, 2004.
  2. The WTO has agreed to admit Nepal and Cambodia as new members.
  3. For one, these analyses say, Cambodia will not be entitled to the benefits given to the 30 LDCs that have been with the WTO since its inception.

Agreements

  1. World Trade Organization (WTO). The WTO agreements provide for the legal framework for international commerce and trade policy.
  2. The WTO agreements with respect to telecommunications have provisions related to interconnection.

January

  1. India is set to amend its Patent Act, 1970 for the third time with a view to meet its commitments to WTO by January 1, 2005.

World

  1. Mr Duong said that local automobile manufacturers would face big difficulties when Vietnam joined the WTO and integrated into the world.

China

  1. Another opportunity favored Inner Mongolia with China 's accession to WTO, which helped Inner Mongolia to open to the outside world.
  2. The United States continues to work with China and other WTO members to achieve a commercially viable accession protocol.

Free Trade

  1. The Hong Kong meeting of the WTO has amply illustrated how difficult it is to arrive at a consensus about the rules of free trade.

Founding Member

  1. Macau is a founding member of the WTO and has a representative office at the organization's headquarters in Geneva.
  2. Tunisia is a founding member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and is publicly committed to a free trade regime and export-led growth.

Issues

  1. In Gujarat, we had another set of regional elections, and the WTO, agriculture, and farmers' survival were the major issues.

International Trade

  1. The dispute settlement mechanism of the WTO is also very important for the protection of Liechtenstein interests in international trade.
  2. In fact the WTO has no mandate to regulate international trade or the conduct of global corporations and financial markets.

Countries

  1. The ILI has established an International Trade Law Center to assist countries in participating effectively in the WTO and the markets it creates.

World Bank

  1. Thus, the stage is set for the WTO, the Fund, and the World Bank to work together toward the implementation of our complementary objectives.

Global Level

  1. One solution to this problem is to employ international fora, such as the WTO, to set satisfactory environmental and labor rules at a global level.

Japan

  1. Since the birth of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995, there has been a significant change in Japan’s external trade diplomacy.

Apec

  1. The ROC is a member of the WTO and APEC. It is one of the Four Asian Tigers, and has an industrialized advanced economy.
  2. They're considered separate countries for economic purposes (APEC, WTO, etc).

Negotiations

  1. The negotiations about the adherence of Russia to the WTO led to several amendments of the Russian copyright law in order to meet the adherence requirements.
  2. The WTO began the current round of negotiations, the Doha round, at the Fourth Ministerial Conference in Doha, Qatar in November 2001.

Acp Countries

  1. Negotiations of the first four of these issues were rejected by ACP countries in the WTO because of their negative implications for development.
  2. Most controversially it called for an end to non-reciprocal trade preferences for ACP countries, ruled illegal by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in 1996.

United Nations

  1. South Korea is a member of the United Nations, WTO, OECD and G-20 major economies.

Trips Agreement

  1. The most universal of these is the WTO TRIPs Agreement, to which almost all countries are a party.
  2. Chaves GC, Oliveira MA. A proposal for measuring the degree of public health-sensitivity of patent legislation in the context of the WTO TRIPS Agreement.
  3. The European Patent Organisation itself is not a member of the WTO and did not sign the TRIPS Agreement.

Observer Status

  1. Vietnam currently holds observer status in the World Trade Organization (WTO) and is applying for full membership.
  2. Iraq was granted observer status at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in February 2004, and began its WTO accession process in December 2004.

World Trade Organization

  1. The World Trade Organization (WTO) sets the rules of international trade.
  2. Thailand is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Cairns Group of agricultural exporters.
  3. Taiwan became a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a special customs territory in January 2002.

Law

  1. She has published and lectured on WTO law, EU law, the law of treaties, the fragmentation of international law, and international institutional law.
  2. This was done to fulfill the countrys commitment to TRIPs and WTO. The amended patent law came into effect from January 1, this year.
  3. A decision is expected in the latter part of 2004, which may be followed by an appeal on points of law to the Appellate Body of the WTO.

Laws

  1. There is a trend towards global harmonization of patent laws, with the World Trade Organization (WTO) being particularly active in this area.
  2. There is a trend towards global harmonisation of patent laws, with the WTO being particularly active in this area.

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