Thus, the last half-century has seen both a dramatic reduction in trade barriers created by the state, such as tariffs, import quotas and non-tariff barriers, as well as a number of technological developments that have facilitated international trade, such as advances in transport, communications and information management. The result was a sharp increase in international trade. In recent years, negotiations on these and other issues have resulted in a complete update of the WTO regulatory framework. A revised agreement on public procurement, adopted at the 8th WTO Ministerial Conference in 2011, expanded the scope of the original agreement by about $100 billion per year. By removing barriers to trade through negotiations between member governments, the WTOs system also removes other barriers between peoples and trading countries. If fully implemented, the WTO`s first multilateral agreement will reduce trade costs by more than 14% and increase global exports by $1 trillion per year. Critics of bilateral and regional approaches to trade liberalization have many additional arguments. They propose that these approaches undermine and supplant the MULTILATERAL approach of the WTO, which must be favoured for global use on a non-discriminatory basis, rather than supporting and complementing it. Therefore, the long-term outcome of bilateralism could be a deterioration of the global trading system into competing and discriminatory regional trading blocs, which could lead to additional complexity that complicates the flow of goods between countries.
In addition, the reform of issues such as agricultural export subsidies cannot be effectively addressed at the bilateral or regional level. The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) has published an in-depth and strong report condemning international trade agreements for their impact on human rights. It recommends that “the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights (USSR) prevail over any trade agreement and that it is up to the WTO and any WTO member state to respect the fundamental principles of human rights. In this regard, the standards established by the UDHR must be considered as standards. 21 children are particularly affected by smoking, including the effects of maternal smoking on pregnancy and the effects of second-hand smoke. Smoking and tobacco advertising for adults lead to the onset of juvenile smoking and non-formal “decisions” that are ultimately fatal. The WTO Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was created in 1947 by a multilateral treaty of 23 countries following other multilateral institutions dedicated to international economic cooperation, such as the World Bank (founded in 1944) and the International Monetary Fund (founded in 1944 or 1945). A comparable international trade institution, called the International Trade Organization, never began, as the United States and other signatories failed to ratify the founding treaty, and THE GATT slowly became a de facto international organization.  The WTOs Convention on Intellectual Property contains rules for the trade in ideas and creativity. The rules provide for the protection of copyrights, patents, trademarks, geographical names identifying products, industrial designs and undisclosed information, such as trade secrets, intellectual property when it comes to businesses. The final phase of accession includes bilateral negotiations between the candidate country and other members of the Working Group on Concessions and Commitments on the Level of Tariffs and Market Access to Goods and Services.