THE ROLE OF THE WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION IN RESOLVING TRADE DISPUTES UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

THE ROLE OF THE WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION IN RESOLVING TRADE DISPUTES UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

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ABSTRACT

In 1995, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) was established as the only international

Organisation dealing with the global rules of trade between nations. Its primary function

was to ensure that trade flows as smoothly, predictably and freely as possible. At the heart

of the system are the WTO’s Agreements, which are the legal rules for international

commerce.

This study aims at appraising the role of the WTO in settling trade disputes. Specifically,

this study would examine the WTO Dispute Settlement System, identi


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