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WAEMU Benin, Burkina faso, C.te d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and togo.
Wage The payment for the service of a unit of labor, per unit time. In trade theory, it is the only payment to labor, usually unskilled labor. In empirical work, wage data may exclude other compensation, which must be added to get the total cost of employment.
Waiver Authorized deviation from a previously undertaken and legally binding obligation. In WTO, a waiver can be sought through invocation of Art IX WTO. Conditions under which waivers are granted are generally negotiated and limited in time.
Walrasiam adjustment A market adjustment mechanism in which price rises when there is excess demand and falls when there is excess supply.
Washington Treaty สนธิสัญญาวอชิงตันมีไว้เพื่อป้องก้นการละเมิดสิทธิ์ในทรัพย์สินทางปัญญา
Water in the tariff The extent to which a tariff is higher than necessary to be prohibitive.
WCO World Customs Organization คือองค์การศุลกากรโลก มีสำนักงานอยู่ที่ กรุงบรัสเซล ประเทศเบลเยี่ยม เป็นหน่วยงานที่ช่วยเสริมสร้างและขจัดความ ยุ่งยากด้านศุลกากรแก่ประเทศสมาชิก
Welfare Welfare is the "enjoyment" that consumers are inferred to gain from their consuption. While welfare cannot be measured directly, economists often use a measure of real income or purchasing power as a way of measuring welfare in money terms.
Welfare economics The branch of economic thought that deals with economic welfare, including especially, various propositions relating competitive general equilibrium to the efficiency and desirability of an allocation.
Welfare state A set of government programs that attempt to provide economic security for the population by providing for people when they are unemployed, ill, or elderly.
WIPO World Intellectual Property Organization องค์การทรัพย์สินทางปัญญาแห่งโลก
Withholding tax A tax on income that is levied at the source, thus diverted to the government before the recipient of the income ever sees it. Used in international tax treaties to assist tax collection.
WITS World Integrated Trade Solution-database and software package developed by UNCTAD and the World Bank to allow analysis of market access conditions and the impact of own and partner country liberalization.
Working party A group that is delegated to study an issue. Used by the WTO as a first step in considering a new issue that may later become the subject of negotiations.
World Bank A group of five closely associated international institutions providing loans and other development assistance to developing countries. The five institutions are IBRD, IDA, IFC, MIGA, and ICSID. As of June 2007, the largest of these, IBRD, had 185 member countries.
World price The price of a good on the "world market" meaning the price outside of any country's borders and therefore exclusive of any trade taxes or subsidies that might apply crossing a border into a country but inclusive of any that might apply crossing out of the country.
WTO World Trade Organization. A global international organization that specifies and enforces rules for the conduct of international trade policies and serves as a forum for negotiations to reduce barriers to trade. Formed in 1995 as the successor to the GATT, it had 150 member countries as of June 2007.