The growth of international trade has led to a complex and increasingly broad primary law, including international treaties and agreements, national legislation and trade dispute settlement jurisprudence. This research guide focuses primarily on the multilateral trading system managed by the World Trade Organization. It also contains information on regional and bilateral trade agreements, including those involving the United States. The WTO Analytical Index is a comprehensive guide to the interpretation and implementation of WTO agreements by the appeal body, dispute resolution bodies and other WTO bodies. It contains excerpts from important statements and findings from tens of thousands of pages of WTO jurisprudence, including panel reports, appellate body reports, arbitration and arbitration decisions, as well as decisions of WTO committees, councils and other WTO bodies. WRLC is the Washington Research Library Consortium, which consists of about 13 local libraries (we have a quick loan agreement between this group of institutions). Look for your widest reach here. The „WTO Analysis Index” is an article for the interpretation and application of WTO agreements by WTO bodies. It includes the jurisprudence of the WTO appeal body, bodies and arbitrators, as well as related and other decisions… This is the „Call Number” domain for the theme of the World Trade Organization and THE GATT: . Course reserves are simply books that are kept at the request of teachers for their courses. . .
. The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in 1994 under the aegis of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) during the Uruguay Rounds, a multi-year round of negotiations (1986-1994) devoted to managing a crisis of the 1947 General Agreement („GATT 1947”). The result of Uruguay`s cycles was the Marrakesh agreement for the implementation of the global trade agreement and a new GATT (known as „GATT 1994”). The latest edition of the WTO Analysis Index is available as an outright electronic publication, making it easy to update the content to reflect the new case law created by the WTO dispute settlement mechanism and the considerable number of decisions and actions taken by other relevant WTO bodies. . The WTO is made up of three main bodies: the Ministerial Conference, the General Council and the Secretariat.