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Conclusion générale

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In this conclusion chapter, the compliance is the central concept around which revolves the entire WTO system, this is what shows the study of litigation executing its dispute settlement mechanism. It is also in terms of its quality of mechanism of efficiency of the law of the WTO that we can estimate the characteristic features of the dispute of the compliance which highlighted the present search. The juridictionnalisation of the phase of implementation which designed WTO, in its technical organization and in which one reveals the whole system, by retrospective lightings, brings two testimonies. Designed well, the disputes of the compliance ideally meets the objective of legality that irrigates the WTO system that in practice to reveal significant inadequacies in terms of effectiveness, but also justice, holds more factors external to only legal techniques. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: dispute settlement mechanism; juridictionnalisation; legal techniques; litigation; WTO system



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