Report on the Treatment of Medical Devices in Regional Trade Agreements (LEAs) Regional trade agreements (SAAs) have increased over the years, including a notable increase in large plurilateral agreements under negotiation. Non-discrimination between trading partners is one of the fundamental principles of the WTO; However, SAAs, which are reciprocal preferential agreements between two or more partners, are one of the exceptions and are allowed under the WTO, subject to a number of rules. Information on SAAs notified to the WTO is available in the RTA database. You can perform more demanding searches using the Documents online search function (opens in a new window) by defining several search criteria such as the document icon (code), the full-text search, or the date of the document. Browse online Documents General documents related to regional trade agreements are coded WT/REG/*. As part of the Doha Trade Negotiation Mandate, they use TN/RL/* (* accepting additional values). These links open a new window: leave a moment before the results are displayed. Contact us if you have trouble logging in. Sign up here to access free tools, such as favorites and alerts, or to access personal subscriptions on which WTO members agreed in 2006 to set up an interim mechanism to improve the transparency of ATRs and understand their impact on the multilateral system. As part of this process, WTO members notify their PDOs, which are discussed by wider WTO membership on the basis of a factual presentation developed by the WTO Secretariat. Negotiations to clarify and improve WTO disciplines on TSRs are part of the work of the Negotiating Group on Rules, which reports to the Trade Negotiations Committee. If you have access to a magazine through an association or association, please go to your social newspaper, select an article you want to view and follow the instructions in this field. They can be connected at the same time by either of the methods listed below.
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