GATT Consultative Group of Eighteen (CG18)
1975, on provisional basis and, in 1979, as a permanent body of H-XF0985 - General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). GATT ceased to exist 31 Dec 1995.
Help GATT members to carry out more effectively some of their major responsibilities, including: following international trade and trade policy developments; forestalling or dealing with disturbances that could threaten the multilateral trading system and the international adjustment process, including coordination between GATT and IMF.
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Composed of a representative group of high level government officials with responsibilities in the formulation of their countries' trade policies. Convened and chaired by the Director-General of GATT. Not an organization of its own right.
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