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The preceding chapters captured the activities of the WTO that generate headlines – the biennial meetings of trade ministers. Those events are graded by whether the ministers are able to reach agreement or fail to do so. There is much more to the WTO – much that is important but not well-known other than to officials from member countries. The chapter is designed to show what the WTO does on a regular basis, by putting the reader into WTO meetings, vicariously.
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