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TRADE: How Trade Rules Are Written LEARNING RESOURCE

TRADE: How Trade Rules Are Written LEARNING RESOURCE


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In this resource from World101, students will learn about how the World Trade Organization (WTO) has historically been the foundation of modern global trade. But as trade becomes more connected, with new challenges constantly emerging, trade agreements are adapting in order to keep up. 


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