The World Trade Organization: overview

When the UK finally exits the EU, the WTO rules may well be the default position for governing the UK's trading relationships both with the EU and with the rest of the world. This article provides an overview of the relevant rules.

Tolek Petch, Richard de Carle, Stephen Powell and Ian Johnson, Slaughter and May

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