Indonesia's Participation in the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement System
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Based on the description of literature or research result shows that the dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has made progress in which the interests of developing countries began to be accommodated in the dispute settlement system of the WTO. It is, among others, indicated by the increasing participation of developing countries in using the dispute settlement system of the WTO. But not a few others in the literature on the various constraints faced by developing countries in dispute resolution practice of the WTO, especially when faced with the developed countries. This condition becomes important to study in order to see accommodation trade interests of developing countries in general and in particular the Indonesian state and national trade interests of the Republic of Indonesia in the practice of dispute resolution system of the WTO.