The dispute settlement mechanism in International Agricultural Trade

Dr.Sc. Biljana Ciglovska, Dr.Sc. Armend Kadriu


The disputes in the international agricultural trade are inevit-able occurrence due to the frequent abuse and violation of the rules regulating the international agricultural trade, which are provided within the international trading system. It is important to note that most frequent violators of these rules and regulations are the most developed countries, that despite their statements for respecting them, consistently, transparently or not they violate the rules and principles of the international agricultural trade


GATT/WTO; dispute; instruments; international trade; Body dispute settlement;


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DOI: 10.21113/iir.v1i2.181

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