WTO Ministerial Conferences

Key Outcomes

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Offers in a single volume all the key outcomes from WTO Ministerial Conferences since the organization was established in 1995.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface; Part I. Sessions of the WTO Ministerial Conference: First Ministerial Conference (MC1): Singapore; Second Ministerial Conference (MC2): Geneva; Third Ministerial Conference (MC3): Seattle; Fourth Ministerial Conference (MC4): Doha; Fifth Ministerial Conference (MC5): Cancun; Sixth Ministerial Conference (MC6): Hong Kong; Seventh Ministerial Conference (MC7): Geneva; Eighth Ministerial Conference (MC8): Geneva; Ninth Ministerial Conference (MC9): Bali; Tenth Ministerial Conference (MC10): Nairobi; Eleventh Ministerial Conference (MC11): Buenos Aires; Part II. Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Marrakesh Declaration of 15 April 1994; Final Act Embodying the Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations; Ministerial Decisions and Declarations adopted by the Trade Negotiations Committee on 15 December 1993; Ministerial Decisions adopted by Ministers at the meeting of the Trade Negotiations Committee in Marrakesh on 14 April 1994; Understanding on commitments in financial services.

Om forfatteren

Offers in a single volume all the key outcomes from WTO Ministerial Conferences since the organization was established in 1995.The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was created in 1947 and operated almost five decades on a provisional basis until 1995 when the WTO was established. Its goal is to improve the welfare of peoples of its member countries, specifically by lowering trade barriers and providing a platform for the negotiation of trade. The organization deals with the rules of trade between nations at a global or near global level; it is responsible for negotiating and implementing new trade agreements and charged with policing Member Countries' adherence to all WTO agreements. In 2007 there were 150 Member States.