WTO Agreements30/11/2010 5870
The WTO agreements cover goods, services and intellectual property. They spell out the principles of liberalization, and the permitted exceptions. They include individual countries’ commitments to lower customs tariffs and other trade barriers, and to open and keep open services markets. They set procedures for settling disputes. They prescribe special treatment for developing countries. They require governments to make their trade policies transparent by notifying the WTO about laws in force and measures adopted, and through regular reports by the secretariat on countries’ trade policies.
Annex 4 Plurilateral Trade Agreements
Annex 4(a) Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft
Annex 4(c) International Dairy Agreement
Annex 4(d) International Bovine Meat Agreement