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World Trade Organization

noun

  1. an international body concerned with promoting and regulating trade between its member states; established in 1995 as a successor to GATT


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It sure looks as if somebody thinks that it was a mistake to admit China to the World Trade Organization in the first place.

This week, his administration filed a case with the World Trade Organization seeking to limit imports of car parts from China.

Yet while the World Trade Organization strictly polices tariffs, currency is "not our department."

The Obama administration has said the second phase of its reset with Russia will be helping it join the World Trade Organization.

A good example is the World Trade Organization, which China entered in 2001.

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