- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Boxes
- List of Abbreviations
- 1 The Trading System in Perspective
- 2 The World Trade Organization
- 3 Dispute Settlement and Enforcement of Rules
- 4 Negotiating Forum
- 5 Trade in Goods
- 6 Sector‐Specific Multilateral Trade Agreements
- 7 Trade in Services
- 8 Protection of Intellectual Property
- 9 Safeguards and Exceptions
- 10 Regional Integration
- 11 Plurilateral Agreements
- 12 Integrating Developing Countries and Economies in Transition
- 13 Towards Deeper Integration? The ‘Trade and’ Agenda
- 14 Legitimacy, Coherence and Governance
- 15 Whither the Trading System?
- Annex 1: GATT/WTO Membership, 2000
- Annex 2: Economic Effects of Trade Policy—Basic Concepts
- (p.369) 11 Plurilateral Agreements
- The Political Economy of the World Trading System
Bernard M. Hoekman
Michel M. Kostecki (Contributor Webpage)
- Oxford University Press
The provisions of the WTO (World Trade Organization) for allowing for the negotiation of so‐called ‘plurilateral agreements’ are discussed. These apply only to those members that sign them. The most important of these is currently the Agreement on Government Procurement. The sections of the chapter are as follows: Government procurement; The civil aircraft agreement (Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft); and Conclusion.
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