from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. World Trade Organization
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- proper n. Initialism of World Trade Organization.
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- n. an international organization based in Geneva that monitors and enforces rules governing global trade
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Lamy warns trade finance situation deteriorating www. wto.org 12.11.08 Director-General Pascal Lamy reported to WTO ambassadors on 12 November
Lamy warns trade finance situation deteriorating www. wto.org 12.11.08 Director-General Pascal Lamy reported to WTO ambassadors on 12 November 2008 that his meeting with experts earlier in the day confirmed that the market for trade finance has severely deteriorated.
For more information about the Public Forum 2008: www. wto.org Find out more about trade and climate change on the WTO website: www. wto.org
Seventh Ministerial Conference: Highlights www. wto.org 2.12.09 WTO ministers ended their two-and-a-half-day Geneva conference on 2 December 2009 having declared that they want to try to conclude the Doha Round talks quickly and agreeing to extend moratoriums on electronic commerce and intellectual property.
Seventh Ministerial Conference: Highlights www. wto.org 2.12.09 WTO ministers ended their two-and-a-half-day Geneva conference on 2
Organisation: www. wto.org WTO sees 9% global trade decline in 2009 as recession strikes: www. wto.org And I'm not the only one saying watch out for SDRs - check out today's comment from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in the Telegraph (and also ran in the Financial Post in Canada)
No, I didn't tell the audience that I think the WTO is a good idea.
You put it in a fancy Washington talk it's what we called WTO compliant.
The prospect of another U.S. - China dispute at the WTO is much closer.
They desperately wanted to trade with us and obtain WTO membership.
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