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What is WTO

Tax Definition:-
World Trade Organisation - an organisation dealing with the rules of international trade. The WTO was established in 1995 and has its headquarters in Switzerland. It acts as a forum for trade negotiations; administers international trade agreements; and resolves international trade disputes. In 2004, the WTO had 147 member states.

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