2014-05-08 BAGHDAD / JD / .. Ministry of Commerce announced on the organization of a seminar to discuss the future of Iraq's obligations in the case of joining the World Trade Organization.
The ministry said in a statement received / JD / copy of it: that the Department of Foreign Economic Relations at the Ministry of Commerce organized a seminar WTO and its agreements at the Institute of Development Judicial Council of the Supreme Judicial presence of the judge Amir al-Shammari and a number of judges, prosecutors and staff.
The statement quoted the director of the World Trade Organization in the circle of economic relations Tharwat Akram Salman as saying that the aim of the seminar is to clarify the legal aspects of the World Trade Organization in its organizational structure and conventions and a brief history of the organization, functions and aspects of technical and economic effects that arise from the growth in the economies of member states.
And between Salman: that understanding the legal sense will be the foundation upon which to build upon all the obligations of Iraq future in the case of joining the World Trade Organization the fact that all files to be completed by Iraq of file trade in goods and file trade in services and file intellectual property and file legislation depends entirely on the legislation and the laws of Iraq window, which must be compatible with the WTO agreements.
For his part, gave Musab Osama Mohammed, Director of the Division of legislation and laws in the Department of the World Trade Organization a detailed explanation on the subject of the settlement of disputes under the World Trade Organization said it that under the establishment of the WTO has been the adoption of a memorandum of understanding for the materials and procedures governing the settlement of disputes like the rest of the agreements and memos that govern the work the World Trade Organization. And between Muhammad: that the establishment of a dispute settlement is one of the most important organs which contain the main World Trade Organization, which was entrusted with the task of applying the rules and procedures as well as consultations and dispute settlement provisions contained in the agreements.
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