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World Trade Organization

International Marketing
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Sahar Al-Jobury

on 2 December 2013

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Transcript of World Trade Organization

Established: 1 January 1995
Located: Geneva Switzerland
United States
Russian Federation: member since 22 August 2012
EU: Member since 1 January 1995
Canada: member since 1 January 1995
Mexico

is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. The WTO is based on agreements, negotiated and signed by the majority of the world's trading nations and approved by their governments.

Brazil
Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay
Bolivia
Peru
Guyana, Suriname
Australia: Member since 1 January 1995
Mongolia: 29 January 1997
Albania :
8 September 2000
Angola: 23 November 1996
Antigua and Barbuda: 1 January 1995
Georgia:
14 June 2000
Armenia: 5
February 2003
Azerbaijan:
O.G.
Niger: 13 December
1996
Algeria: Observer Governments
Mali: 31May

1995
Western Sahara:
Mauritania:

31 May 1995
Senegal:
Guinea-Bissau: 31 May 1995
Guinea: 25 October 1995
Sierra Leone:

23 July 1995
Liberia:
O.G.
Barbados, Dominica: 1 January 1995
Nigeria: 1 January 1995
Benin: 22 February 1996
Togo:
Ghana:
1 January
1995
Burkina Faso:
3 June 1995
Botswana
Bulgaria: 1 December 1996
Burundi:
23 July 1995
Cameroon:
13 December 1995
Cape Verde:
23 July 2008
Costa Rica
Cote d'lvoire:
1 January 1995
Democratic Republic of Congo:
1 January 1997
Dominican Republic: 9 March 1995
El Salvador:

Estonia: 13 November 1999
Fiji: 14 January 1996
Gabon:
1 January 1995
The Gambia:
23 October 1996
Grenada: 22 February 1996
Guatemala:

Haiti:
30 January
1996
Latvia: 10 February 1999
Lesotho: 31 May 1995
Lithuania: 31 May
2001
Madagascar:
17 November
1995
Malawi:
31 May 1995
Maldives: 31 May 1995
Mauritius: 1 January 1995
Moldova:
26 July 2001
Montenegro:
29 April 2012
Morocco:
1 January
1995
Mozambique:
26 August
1995
Namibia:
1 January 1995
1 January 1995
New Zealand:
Nicaragua
Panama
Poland:
1 July 1995
Romania: 1 January 1995
22 May 1996
St Kitts and Nevis: 21 February 1996
Saint Lucia: 1 January 1995
Saint Vincent & the Grenadines: 1 January 1995
Samoa: 10 May 2012
1 January 1995
Slovakia: 1 January 1995
Slovenia:
30 July 1995
Solomon Islands:
26 July 1996

South Africa:

1 January1995
Tanzania:
Macedonia
(FYROM):
4 April 2003
31

May1995
Tonga: 27 July 2007
Trinidad and Tobago: 1 March 1995
Tunisia:
29 March 1995
Ukraine: 16 May 2008
Vanuatu: 24 August 2012
Zambia:
1 January 1995
Zimbabwe:
5 March
1995
Belarus: O.G.
Bosnia & Herzegovina:
O.G.
Comoros: O.G.
Equatorial Guinea:
O.G.
Serbia:
O.G.
Seychelles: Observer Government
1 July 1995
Geneva
Pascal Lamy on protectionism
Pro·tec·tion·ism : The theory or practice of shielding a country's domestic industries from foreign competition by taxing imports.
World Trade Organization
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