The World Trade Organization - Critical Perspectives on the World Economy by Debra P. Steger
With membership of 160 countries, the World Trade Organization (WTO) is the international organization responsible for international trade rules among nations. Its main mission is to ensure a smooth, predictable…
The World Trade Organization synopsis
With membership of 160 countries, the World Trade Organization (WTO) is the international organization responsible for international trade rules among nations. Its main mission is to ensure a smooth, predictable and free trade flow.
It was founded almost twenty years ago, and the agreements negotiated under its supervision, and even its very existence, were the source of great debate and debate. The New Rotledge Group, edited by a senior researcher in this field and former Director of the WTO Appellate Body secretariat, compiled the top five WTO scholarships from economists, academics, lawyers and other thinkers to examine them.
(Including its origins in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade). It also provides the latest research on the fundamental principles of the Organization and explores the implications of WTO policy and practice for local organization and the sovereignty of individual States. The final volumes address the WTO's role in conflict resolution and discuss future challenges, including the role of developing countries, preferential trade agreements as well as the legitimacy and governance of the WTO.
With the introduction, newly written by the editor, providing its unique perspective, the WTO is a core group that has been estimated to be evaluated by scientists, students, government officials and practitioners as a vital research source.
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