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Global commerce org.

Intl. org. since 1948

Commerce treaty starting 1947

Letters of commerce

Intl. commercial agreement first signed in 1947

Intl. commerce pact replaced by the W.T.O.

A United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas

Intl. business accord

Intl. commerce org.

Word definitions for gatt in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
GATT \GATT\ prop. n. [General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade.] a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas. Syn: General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1947, acronym from General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade .

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
GATT may refer to: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade , a multilateral agreement on international trade under the framework of the World Trade Organization a "Generic Attribute Profile" in the Bluetooth short-range wireless communications protocol family....

Usage examples of gatt.

As we headed into December, a little sanity crept back into political life when the House and the Senate passed the Global Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, GATT, with large bipartisan majorities.

Mike Chapman, Will Nedim, and I were sitting in my conference room with Helena Lisi, counsel for Tiffany Gatts.

Gatts, we stepped out of the room so Lisi and the teenager could confer privately.

Gatt has brought his own men from the States and recruited chicleros to help him in the forest.

Gatt must he a hell of a man if he could whip the chicleros into another attack after suffering losses like that.

In the end I risked it -- there wasn't anything Gatt could do to get at me short of inventing a depth charge to blow me up, and I didn't think he could do that at short notice.

This internationalized economy, run largely by transnational corporations and supernational banks are creating their own governmental structures, like GATT and NAFTA and the IMF and the World Bank and the G-7 meetings, etc.