Why the WTO remains relevant for Indonesia
Febrian A. Ruddyard
Director general for multilateral cooperation at the Foreign Ministry
PREMIUM When the Marrakesh Agreement was signed in 1994, Indonesia and the other 122 original members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) became contracting parties of a rule-based multilateral trading system. This meant that they were committed to abiding by the core principles of non-discrimination and to respect a set of rights and obligations in conducting international trade. Since then, the WTO...
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