UNDERSTANDING TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE AGREEMENT

Journal Title: International Journal of Drug Regulatory Affairs - Year 2017, Vol 5, Issue 1

Abstract

Signing of formation of World Trade Organization has transformed trade, services and intellectual property into a mutual, predictable exchange of trade and intellectual property protection among member countries. Countries who have become members of WTO have accepted simultaneously several agreements that are multi-lateral or plurilateral. The current article is relating to one of the WTO’s imbibed agreement relating to technical barriers to trade emphasizing its role on Good Regulatory Practice.

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Subba Rao Bayya

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  • EP ID EP326668
  • DOI 10.22270/ijdra.v5i1.194
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How To Cite

Subba Rao Bayya (2017). UNDERSTANDING TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE AGREEMENT. International Journal of Drug Regulatory Affairs, 5(1), 25-29. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-326668