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Understanding the WTO

Understanding the WTO

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Published by WTO Publications
An introduction to the WTO, what it is, why it was created, how it works, and what it does, Understanding the WTO has been written specifically for non-specialists. More comprehensive then WTO in Brief, this publication details WTO agreements, the dispute settlement process, the Doha round of negotiations and many other issues.
An introduction to the WTO, what it is, why it was created, how it works, and what it does, Understanding the WTO has been written specifically for non-specialists. More comprehensive then WTO in Brief, this publication details WTO agreements, the dispute settlement process, the Doha round of negotiations and many other issues.

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Published by: WTO Publications on Oct 27, 2010
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The WTOLocation:
Geneva, Switzerland
Established:
1 January 1995
Created by:
Uruguay Round negotiations (1986–94)
Membership:
153 countries (since 23 July 2008)
Budget:
194 million Swiss francs for 2010
Secretariat staff:
637
Head:
Pascal Lamy (Director-General)
Functions:
• Administering WTO trade agreements• Forum for trade negotiations• Handling trade disputes• Monitoring national trade policies• Technical assistance and training for developing countries• Cooperation with other international organizations
Fifth edition
Previously published as “Trading into the Future”Written and published by theWorld Trade OrganizationInformation and External Relations Division© WTO 2010An up-to-date version of this text also appears on the WTO website(
http://www.wto.org
, click on “the WTO”), where it isregularly updated to reflect developments in the WTO.
Contact the WTO Information Division
rue de Lausanne 154, CH–1211 Genève 21, SwitzerlandTel: (41–22) 739 5007/5190 • Fax: (41–22) 739 54 58e-mail: enquiries@wto.org
Contact WTO Publications
rue de Lausanne 154, CH–1211 Genève 21, SwitzerlandTel: (41–22) 739 5208/5308 • Fax: (41–22) 739 579
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e-mail: publications@wto.orgAugust 2010 — 5 000 copiesISBN: 978-92-870-3748-0
 
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