GATT accord

results of Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations ; (complete text)

Author: K. R. Gupta

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

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Category: India

Page: 441

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The Volume Contains Full Text Of The Results Of The Uruguay Round Of Multilateral Tariff Negotiations Con¬Cluded On The 15Th December. 1993 And Signed By 117 Countries At The Ministerial Meeting Held At Marrakesh (Marocco) During 12-15 April, 1994. Non-Availability Of The Complete Text Has Led To A Lot Of Confusion And Misunderstanding Among The Public And The Political Leaders Of The Country. The Publication Of This Volume Would Provide A True Picture Of The Provisions Contained In The New Gatt Accord.The Accompanying Volume Contains Ten Papers Written By Leading Experts In The Field Of International Trade. It Examines In Detail The Various Provi¬Sions Of The New Gatt Accord And Their Implications For India. The Paper By Dr. T.P. Bhat Briefly Examines The Impact Of The Accord On Asia-Pacific Economies.

Agriculture in the GATT

Toward the Next Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

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Category: Produce trade

Page: 47

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The Legal Texts

The Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

Author: World Trade Organization

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Category: Law

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The Agreements negotiated in the Uruguay Round, which form the legal framework of the World Trade Organization, will govern world trade into the twenty-first century. This volume covers: • Goods: the updated General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) that includes new rules on agriculture, textiles, anti-dumping, subsidies and countervailing measures, import licensing, rules of origin, standards, and pre-shipment inspection. (The original 1947 GATT text is also included in this volume.) • Services: the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) • Intellectual Property: the Agreement on Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) • Disputes: the new procedures for dispute settlement • The legal framework for the World Trade Organization This is the definitive reference for all practising and academic trade lawyers. It is an essential addition to all international law libraries, a vital source book for students taking courses on international economic or trade law and an important resource for economists and political scientists.

Agriculture in the GATT

Toward the Next Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

Author: Charles E. Hanrahan

Publisher:

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Category: Produce trade

Page: 72

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Executive Summary

Results of the GATT Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations

Author: United States. President (1993-2001 : Clinton)

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Category: Foreign trade regulation

Page: 40

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GATT Accord and India

A Critical Analysis of Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations and Their Implications for India

Author: Kulwant Rai Gupta

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

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Category: Commercial policy

Page: 127

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The Book Contains Ten Papers Written By Leading Experts In The Field Of Inter¬National Trade. It Examines In Detail The Various Provisions Of The New Gatt Accord And Their Implications For India. The Paper By Dr. T.P. Bhat Briefly Examines The Impact Of The Accord On Asia-Pacific Economies.It Is Hoped That The Book Would Be Found Useful By The Students Of Inter¬National Trade, Government Executives Concerned With The Formulation And Execution Of Trade Policies, Business Community And The General Reader.The Accompanying Volume Contains The Full Text Of The New Gatt Accord.

Developing Countries And The Multilateral Trading System

From Gatt To The Uruguay Round And The Future

Author: Thirukodikaval Nilakanta Srinivasan

Publisher: Westview Press

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 140

View: 579

In this work, T.N. Srinivasan evaluates the interaction between developing countries and the multilateral trading system since World War II and describes the achievements and failures of the Uruguay Round of the Multilateral Trade Negotiations in that context. Among other issues, the author addresses possible linkages between trade policies and environmental and labor standards, the opportunities and threats regionalism poses to a global trading system, and the consequences of cooperation between the World Trade Organization (WTO), the IMF, and the World Bank for developing countries. A new postscript provides information on the most current developments in multilateral economic institutions and trading.