If you are new to international trade law, or are unfamiliar with a particular aspect thereof, start your research with a secondary source. In addition to providing background information, analysis, and commentary, secondary sources can help you to identify relevant primary law materials, including trade agreements and dispute settlement case law. Elsewhere in the research guide, you fill find links to in-depth commentaries on the WTO agreements and information about the negotiating histories of the WTO agreements.
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