GATT


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AcronymDefinition
GATTGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
GATTGeneric Attribute Profile (Bluetooth)
GATTGeneral Agreement on Trades and Tariffs (World Trade Organization)
GATTGate Assisted Turnoff Thyristor
GATTGraphics Address Translation Table
GATTGene Amplification with Transcription/Translation (nucleic acids research)
GATTGhana Association of Travel and Tourist Agents (Ghana)
GATTGovernment Acceptance Test Team
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and other Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) members that dominated the GATT, and even those of most developing countries.
Una vez que la Carta de La Habana no fue ratificada, y por consiguiente la OIC, no fue instituida, el GATT, se transformo en el unico marco institucional regulador del comercio internacional y la unica garantia para la liberalizacion del comercio mundial.
Little is gained by giving a meaning to the club concept that is at odds with how that concept has been understood for most of the GATT's history, however vague that understanding may have been.
A Declaracao Ministerial adotada em 1982 refletiu a conciliacao de posicoes entre os defensores e os opositores do tratamento do tema de servicos no ambito do GATT (Croome 1998, 7-9).
CSR aims to enable standard BLE systems to form a robust mesh on top of the GATT profile using high-level protocols that pertain to an advertising packet's contents, instructions for handling that packet, security and device authentication, network sharing keys and other layers with interoperability in mind.
Technically as GATT has not officially been approved, it is not in the list of agreements in Harris's book.
Conferred by the World Association Wine and Spirits Writers and Journalists (WAWWJ), the prestigious accolade is a coup for the premier release of 2010 Gatt Old Vine Shiraz.
Before moving to an action in the WTO, the governments of China's trade partners must take into consideration the translation of China's exchange rate policies (and specifically the magnitude of its exchange rate "misalignment") into equivalent real trade policies that could then be more readily evaluated under the rules of the WTO, e.g., under Article XV of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994, Article XXIII of the GATT or Article 3 of the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (SCM).