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Kazachenok S.Yu. Procedural features of permission of commercial disputes in WTO system: key to success

Kazachenok Svetlana Yurievna
Candidate of Juridical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and International Private Law, Volgograd State University, Fundamental Department of the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of Branch № 5 of Volgograd Interdistrict College of Advocates, Member of the Volgograd Region Public Chamber, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation
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Abstract. The article is devoted to positive features of a procedural regulation of
negotiating and permission of the cross-border commercial disputes, realizing the activities of
the WTO, connected with the settlement of consequences of violation of the rules and the
conflicts in the sphere of international trade. The author is convinced that the key to success
of the system of regulation of commercial disputes of the WTO within entities engaged into
foreign economic activities is, first of all, the strict and competent regulation of the procedure.
The factors providing the activization of activities of the mechanism on settlement of disputes,
functioning within the WTO in recent years and consequently also its demand are considered
by contractors of the external economic relations on the basis of separate stages of the
procedure of the consideration of commercial disputes in WTO system.
Key words: The World Trade Organization (WTO), foreign economic activities,
commercial disputes, system of regulation of commercial disputes of the WTO, Body on
settlement of disputes of the WTO (ORS), procedure of regulation of commercial disputes in
WTO system, stages of regulation of commercial disputes in WTO system.

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