Geneva, Jumada I 14, 1434, Mar 26, 2013, SPA -- The General Council of the World Trade Organization (WTO) unanimously has chosen the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as President of the Trade Council in the WTO Services.
What does WTO stand for?
WTO stands for World Trade Organization (now the United Nations World Trade Organization, UNWTO)
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We have 69 other meanings of WTO in our Acronym Attic
- Warsaw Treaty Organization
- Way Too Old
- We're Taking Over (gaming clan)
- Weapons Training Officer
- Weltweit Taube Ohren (German: Worldwide Deaf Ears)
- Windows Technical Operations
- Winning the Oil Endgame (ebook by Rocky Mountain Institute)
- World Telecommunications Organization
- World Toilet Organisation
- World Tourism Organization
- Wraith: the Oblivion (game)
- Write To Operator
- World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement
- World Tour Operators Association
- World Tourism Organization Business Council
- Welcome to Our City (TV station; Savannah, GA)
- Wolf Trap Opera Company (Vienna, VA)
- World Trail Orienteering Championship
- Wetenschappelijk en Technisch Onderzoekscentrum voor Diamant
- Welcome to Our Future (UK)
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com)-- Based on insights of 13 noted experts and hundreds of publications, the report explores the idea that if the World Trade Organization WTO is responsible for ensuring a level playing field for global traders, and if the global trading system is broken because the playing field is not level, and if global traders respond to an imbalanced field and ineffective referee with domestic protectionism, then the World Trade Organization is theoretically responsible for protectionism.
How's this for the lead sentence of a news article from the near future: 'The World Trade Organization has ruled that the United States broke international trade rules by failing to curb carbon emissions,'" wrote Andrew Leonard in the February 24 issue of Salon.
1, 2006, or 60 days after review by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to determine whether the FSC successor legislation, the American Jobs Creation act, is compatible with WTO rules.
Therefore, Mexico's position is that this subject be dealt with in the framework of the agricultural negotiations of the World Trade Organization itself.
Helping developing countries to participate fully in the world trade organization and the global economy promotes development, and widens the circle of growth and prosperity.