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Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
Introduction of wto
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  • 1. Presentation on WTO & GATT
  • 2. General Agreement on Tariffs andTrade (GATT) It was negotiated during the UN Conference on Trade and Employment and was the outcome of the failure of negotiating governments to create the International Trade Organization (ITO). GATT was signed in 1947 and lasted until 1993, when it was replaced by the World Trade Organization in 1995. GATT is a multilateral agreement regulating trade among 153 countries
  • 3. GATT……. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) covers international trade in goods. The workings of the GATT agreement are the responsibility of the Council for Trade in Goods(goods council). The Goods Council has 10 committees dealing with specific subjects (such as agriculture, market access, subsidies, anti-dumping measures and so on).
  • 4. Purpose of GATT According to its preamble, the purpose of the GATT is the "substantial reduction of tariffs and other trade barriers and the elimination of preferences, on a reciprocal and mutually advantageous basis."
  • 5. Introduction of WTO World Trade Organization (WTO) was established on 1st January 1995. It is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. The WTO (World Trade Organization) is an association of 146 member countries, of the 190 countries in the world today. There are another 30 countries that have observer status, a step that precedes becoming a full-fledged member. So almost all the countries in the world are members. There are all types of countries in the WTO, capitalist, socialist, rich and poor countries, very industrialized and also developing countries.
  • 6. Objective of WTO Raising standard of living & income. Promoting full employment Expanding production & trade, and optimum utilization of resources. Introduce sustainable development Promoting trade flows. Establish procedures for solving trade dispute among members.
  • 7. Basic principles of WTO1.Non – discrimination:- This principle is based on the concept of normal trade relations-previously called most favored nation(MFN). This rule required that het WTO members extend the same favorable terms of trade to all the member that they will extend to any single member.
  • 8. Basic principle2.Transparency :- It is the pillar of WTO. All members are required to publish their trade regulations ,-To establish & maintain administrative decisions affecting trade.-To respond to the information by other members and to notify changes in trade policies to WTO.
  • 9. Basic principle3.Binding & Enforceable Commitments:- In WTO, when countries agree to open their market for goods and services, they bind their commitments.4.Reciprocity :- It operates during negotiations with the objective of obtaining mutually beneficial arrangements through reciprocal reduction in tariffs binding.
  • 10. Function of WTO Administrating & implementing the multilateral & plurilateral trade agreements which make up the WTO; Acting as a forum for multilateral trade negotiation; Seeking to resolve dispute; Overseeing national trade policies; Cooperating with other institutions involved in global economic policy-making.
  • 11. Thank You

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