Agreement Establishing The Advisory Centre On Wto Law

For countries with insufficient human and financial resources, this knowledge is difficult to acquire. WTO law consists of a complex network of more than 20 agreements which, together with those attached to it, represent more than 20,000 pages for Member States. WTO law also includes the 1947 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), all decisions of the contracting parties to the GATT, and the case law of gaTT and WTO warrant officers, which are included in more than 300 reports. The Centre was created by the 1999 agreement to establish the WTO Law Advisory Centre. Members of developing countries can benefit from effective dispute resolution assistance from the recently established WTO Law Advisory Centre in Geneva. The Advisory Centre is a “legal assistance centre” in the form of an independent intergovernmental organization. It is separate and independent of the WTO. It was concluded by an international agreement signed in Seattle on 1 December 1999 by 29 WTO members, the “agreement establishing the WTO Law Advisory Committee”. This agreement came into force on June 15, 2001 and the official opening of the Advisory Centre took place on October 5, 2001. There are currently about 30 members. Any WTO member, developing and non-developing countries, as well as countries and independent customs territory under WTO membership, can become a member of the advisory centre.

3. Gadjuma, kad j`pie`em l`mums by labojumiem, tiek iev`rotas `l`guma 11.pant`izkl`st`proced`ra. . . Please note that ACWL can only provide services to members of the developing country ACWL and LDC who are members of the WTO or in the process of joining the WTO. Centra dot`ciju fonda administr`anu un invest`ciju politiku. 4. aer`l`asambleja ieceé Vad`bas padomes locek`us un vismazék asterst`to valstu p`rst`vi Vadébas padomes sastvé. Official: Izpilddirektors Vadébas padoma darbojas. T`s dal-bvalstis, kas iek-autas é l`guma 1.pielikum` un tr es dal`bvalstu grupas, kas iek`autas `l`guma 2.pielikum` katra var nomin`t vienu locekli darbam Vad`bas padom, savuk-rt éa 2.

Centra pirmo piecu darbébas gadu laikabé Vadébas padoma darbojas pieci padomes locekéi. Dal-bnieki, kas iek-auti é l`guma 1.pielikum, var nominét divas personas darbam Vad`bas padomé augémin-taja laika posmé. The Advisory Centre on WTO Law (ACWL) is an international organization established in 2001 to provide legal advice on WTO law, support for WTO dispute settlement procedures and training in WTO law for least developed countries, developing and developing countries and countries in transition. 2. er`l es asamblejas sastévé ir Centra Dal`bnieku p`rst`vji, a `l`guma 3.pielikum` uzskait`to vismaz`k attést`to valstu pérst`vji. Vismaz divas reizes gadé notiek éener`l es asamblejas tik`anes, lai – Kopéje vienreizéjé iemaksa Centra dot`ciju fonda, no valst`m vai muitas teritorij`m, kuras pie`mu`as `o l`gumu un kas j`veic saska` ar é l`guma 6.panta 2.da`u un`l`guma 1. a 2.pielikumu, pérsniedz seus miljonus ASV dol`ru, a ja; 1. erner`l`asambleja pie`em l`mumus péc vienprétébas principa.

Priek-likums, kas tiek apsv-rts er-les asamblejas san`ksm`tiek uzskat`ts by pie`emtu vienprétégi, ja neviens no Centra locek`iem neierosina pret to form`lus iebildumus. Éis nolikums mutatis mutandis attiecin`ms aula uz Vadébas padomes l`mumiem. THE ACWL provides free legal advice and training on WTO law and supports WTO dispute settlement procedures at reduced rates. These services are available to ACWL members (currently 32) and LDCs who are WTO members or currently wto members (42 currently).