Cycle of Uruguay
The cycle of Uruguay , more known under the term of Uruguay Round , is the most important last and of the negotiation cycles international having taken place within the framework of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), between 1986 and 1994. The cycle of Uruguay led to the Accords of Marrakech (April 1994), and finally gave rise to the World Trade organization (1995).
The cycle of Uruguay is the most important international negotiation of the history. It approached the following fields:
- Telecommunication S basic,
- Finance departments,
- Service S.
Some key dates of the cycle of Uruguay:
- Sept. 19, 1986: Declaration of Punta del Este/the negotiations are launched
- Dec. 19, 1988: Montreal/the Ministers meet for the examination with semi-course
- Dec. 19, 1990: Brussels/dead end of the ministerial meeting of “fence”
- Dec. 19, 1991: Geneva/the preliminary draft of the Final Act is written
- November 1992: Agreements of Blair House between the United States and the EEC, resolving the agricultural negotiations.
- April 1994: Marrakech/the Agreements are signed
- January 1995: Geneva/OMC is created, the Agreements come into effect
- multilateral Negotiation cycles commercial
Cycle of Uruguay on the site of the ministry for the culture
- History of this English cycle
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