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The Advisory Centre on WTO Law: A Success Story, But for Whom?

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Developing countries are facing problems in their efforts to access the WTO Dispute Settlement system. This article deals with the several problems these counties are facing. The Advisory Centre on WTO Law was founded to contribute to the greater participation of developing and least developed countries in the WTO dispute settlement system and to enhance the credibility of the WTO dispute settlement system. I will discuss the legal foundations and current operations of the ACWL. In addition, I will provide practical solutions in order to improve the operations of the Advisory Centre. These solutions contribute to a more fair and equal participation of developing and least developed countries in the WTO dispute settlement system.

Affiliations: 1: Dutch Ministry of Justice, The Hague, LL.M, Maastricht University


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