The WTO`s highest decision-making body, the Ministerial Conference, usually meets every two years.  It brings together all WTO members, all of which are countries or customs unions. The Ministerial Conference may take decisions on all matters within the framework of one of the multilateral trade agreements. Some meetings, such as the inaugural Singapore Ministerial Conference and the Cancún Conference in 2003, have involved conflicts between developed and developing countries, known as the “Singapore issues”, such as agricultural subsidies. B; while others, such as the Seattle conference in 1999, provoked large demonstrations. At the Fourth Doha Ministerial Conference in 2001, China`s accession to the WTO was approved and the Doha Development Round, complemented by the Sixth WTO Ministerial Conference (Hong Kong), at which it was agreed to end agricultural export subsidies and adopt the European Union`s “Everything But Arms” initiative to progressively introduce tariffs on agricultural export subsidies. from the least developed countries. At the Sixth WTO Ministerial Conference in December 2005, the WTO launched the “Aid for Trade” initiative, which specifically aims to support developing countries in the area of trade, as set out in Goal 8 for sustainable development, namely increasing aid for trade and economic growth.  The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) is an intercontinental agreement managed by the WTO that establishes minimum standards for different types of intellectual property (IP). This was the largest trade negotiating mandate ever agreed: discussions aimed to extend the trading system to several new areas, including trade in services and intellectual property, and to reform trade in sensitive sectors of agriculture and textiles; All original GATT articles have been examined . The Final Act concerning the conclusion of the Uruguay Round and the formal establishment of the WTO regime was signed on 15 April 1994 at the ministerial meeting in Marrakesh, Morocco, and is therefore called the Marrakesh Agreement.  In December 2013, the largest agreement was signed within the WTO, known as the “Bali Package”.
 The World Trade Organization (WTO) is an intergovernmental organization responsible for regulating international trade between nations. The WTO officially began on 1 January 1995 under the Marrakesh Agreement, signed on 15 April 1994 by 123 nations, which replaced the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which began in 1948. It is the largest international economic organization in the world.   A country wishing to join the WTO submits an application to the General Council and must describe all aspects of its trade and economic policy that are familiar with the WTO agreements.  The request is made to the WTO in a memorandum reviewed by a working group open to all interested WTO members.  Gatt still exists as the WTO Treaty on Trade in Goods, updated following the Uruguay Round negotiations (a distinction is made between GATT 1994, the updated parts of GATT, and GATT 1947, the original agreement that remains at the heart of GATT 1994).  However, GATT 1994 is not the only legally binding agreement enshrined in the Marrakesh Final Act. a long list of about sixty agreements, annexes, decisions and agreements was adopted. .