Fact sheet: The World Trade Organization

July 1994
U.S. Department of State Dispatch;Jul94 Supplement Economic Summit, Vol. 5 Issue 26, p17
Discusses the establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO), the international body responsible for the enforcement of the global trade rules outlined by the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations. The principal trade negotiating objectives of the United States; Key provisions of the WTO agreement; Trade and the environment; Amendment and waiver procedures; Non-application and definitive application rules.


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