World Trade Organization Schedules
- Readership: international trade law, international law, dispute settlement, international economics
- Level: academic researchersprofessionals
The WTO Schedules are the Legal Instruments embodying the Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations, adopted in Marrakesh on 15 April 1994. They cover the legal texts, the ministerial decisions and the Marrakesh declaration, the signatory countries, as well as the individual agreements, the schedules of specific commitments on services, the tariff schedules for trade in goods, and the Plurilateral Agreements of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Published in an ongoing series, the Instruments are presented in the original language and are a vital holding for professional and academic libraries supporting international trade law and an essential reference for all practising trade lawyers. Cambridge University Press begins publishing the Schedules with volume 35. For information on previous volumes, please contact the WTO.