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International Trade Regulation provides a comprehensive, regularly-updated statement of the law and practice of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and other multilateral arrangements governing international trade. Written by Edmond McGovern; nternational Trade Regulation aims to be: comprehensive: some 1300 pages of analysis cover the WTO rules - GATT, GATS and TRIPS - as well as those of other multilateral arrangements, such as the Harmonized System Convention and CITES, that have a bearing on international trade. The analysis is linked to numerous source documents on the web (see the full list). accessible: to cope with the complex nature of the WTO, where one set of facts can have a number of legal implications, the work aims at a high degree of integration, in particular through the use of frequent cross-references and a uniform style. The Globefield website provides web links for documents cited in the text, including all WTO dispute settlement reports. regularly updated: from the earliest days of the WTO both the Appellate Body and individual panels have been busy resolving disputes between Members and in doing so have produced a steady stream of legal interpretations of the Agreements on points major and minor. New agreements have been concluded. To keep track of these changes updates to the text are issued every six months, and there are online comments on matters arising in the interim.