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dc.contributor.authorАкимов, Николай Николаевич-
dc.identifier.citationБелорусский журнал международного права и международных отношений. — 2004. — № 3ru
dc.descriptionРаздел - "Международное право"ru
dc.description.abstractThe article is devoted to the issue of formation of the WTO system and international trade law. It analyzes historical, political and economic prerequisites of the WTO establishment, shows objective prerequisites for Belarus' entering the WTO and stresses the conditions necessary for this. In order to create an integrated overview the author presents the structure of the organization and the single package of the WTO agreements in the form of charts. The WTO system is described as a dynamic developing system based on the GATT chievements. The author explores a number of agreements from the single package. At the same time he notes the peculiar nature of the WTO law system and its difference from the previous GATT system.The article touches upon the issues dealing with functioning of the WTO system mechanisms. It analyzes some characteristics of the WTO activities as a typical international organization. The author concludes by the statements that it is the WTO that has the central role in the system of international trade relations and that its norms and principles represent the legal framework of the system of regulation of international trade.ru
dc.publisherМеждународное общественное объединение по изучению ООН и информационно-образовательным программамru
dc.titleСистема ВТО и формирование права международной торговлиru
dc.title.alternativeThe WTO System and the Formation of the International Trade Law (Nikolay Akimov)ru
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