The World Trade Organization (WTO), which was created in 1995, was formed to allow countries to find ways to settle global disputes related to business, labor laws, and trading. Review Antigua's claim against the United States concerning Internet gambling.
How should this case be decided? What would happen if the United States were to refuse to pay damages if it lost the case? Is there a way for the WTO to enforce the ruling?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 3:56 am ad1c9bdddf
The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only international organization overseeing the rules of trade between independent nations. In this brief introduction, I will discuss the origins of the WTO, the goals and mission statement of the organization, and I will differentiate it from the United Nations.
The World Trade Organization was founded out of necessity for trade negotiations. In the wake of World War II, several international organization were formed, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund among them. An agency to be called the International Trade Organization (ITO) was intended to address trade barriers, employment practices, and commodities agreements. It was envisioned that this organization would exist under the guise of the United Nations. However, the ITO treaty was never fully ratified.
The 1986-1994 Uruguay Round negotiations and the 1948 negotiations under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) form the bulk of the organization's current work. The GATT was the only multilateral agreement governing international trade from 1945 until the establishment of the WTO in 1995. Seven rounds of negotiations ...
This solution discusses the topic of settling global disputes.
Indian and Chinese governments: history of WTO and procedures to resolve disputes
Details: The Indian and Chinese governments are often accused of controlling their currencies, and producing products at artificially low prices to obtain competitive advantage in the global marketplace. The World Trade Organization (WTO) and other similar international organizations were created to prevent trade disputes from escalating into trade wars. As part of the ongoing training for its new managers, the board has asked you to write a position paper on the subject. A position paper outlines the stance the company should take and provides support for that position.
Research the history of WTO and another similar international organization created to prevent trade disputes from escalating into trade wars.
Explain both the historical and current procedures in detail utilized to prevent trade disputes from escalating into trade wars.
Fully discuss the procedures used to resolve a dispute between countries.
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