Negotiating at the World Trade Organization

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This resource book highlights strategies for community management and financing. It is written in a style which is easy to follow, and it contains many examples and illustrations. As well as commenting on successful practices, it discusses problems to be avoided.



What is the WTO and What Does It Do?

The World Trade Organization is an international body that has developed rules its member countries are expected to follow in their trade relations with one another. The basic objective of these rules is to encourage countries to follow open and liberal trade policies. The assumption is that the pursuit of such open policies by all member countries would result in the most efficient use of available world resources thereby increasing employment and the standard of living.


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