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GATT

noun [U, + sing/pl verb]     /ɡæt/
abbreviation for General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: an international agreement among more than 100 countries to end rules that limit trade between them 关贸总协定 Business and commerce - general wordsInternational politics and government
Translations of “GATT”
in Chinese (Traditional) 關稅暨貿易總協定…
(Definition of GATT from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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