MEMBER INFORMATION

Saint Vincent & the Grenadines in the WTO

This page gathers key information on Saint Vincent & the Grenadines' participation in the WTO. Saint Vincent & the Grenadines has been a WTO member since 1 January 1995 and  a member of GATT since 18 May 1993.

News

Trade statistics

Goods, services schedules and tariff data

  • help on reading a services schedule
  • services database
    You can use this database to retrieve the services schedule for a Member, or to compare services commitments across Members. The database does not include data on current negotiations.
  • all commitments and exemptions on services. Provides the original official documents from . Not consolidated (i.e. first documents may be amended/substituted by subsequent documents).

Source World Tariff Profiles;
See Find tariff data and data.wto.org for more detailed tariff data

See the Disputes gateway for explanations and background

Notifications

Latest notification

WTO members/observers use the TBT and SPS Committees to discuss specific trade concerns (STCs). This is often about draft laws, regulations or procedures that may affect their trade; in many cases these measures have been notified to the Committees before they enter into force. Essentially, members raise STCs to find out more about the scope and implementation of each other's regulations in light of the core TBT and SPS obligations, and to flag (potential) effects on trade.

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WTO members/observers use the TBT and SPS Committees to discuss specific trade concerns (STCs). This is often about draft laws, regulations or procedures that may affect their trade; in many cases these measures have been notified to the Committees before they enter into force. Essentially, members raise STCs to find out more about the scope and implementation of each other's regulations in light of the core TBT and SPS obligations, and to flag (potential) effects on trade.

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WTO members/observers use the TBT and SPS Committees to discuss specific trade concerns (STCs). This is often about draft laws, regulations or procedures that may affect their trade; in many cases these measures have been notified to the Committees before they enter into force. Essentially, members raise STCs to find out more about the scope and implementation of each other's regulations in light of the core TBT and SPS obligations, and to flag (potential) effects on trade.

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WTO members/observers use the TBT and SPS Committees to discuss specific trade concerns (STCs). This is often about draft laws, regulations or procedures that may affect their trade; in many cases these measures have been notified to the Committees before they enter into force. Essentially, members raise STCs to find out more about the scope and implementation of each other's regulations in light of the core TBT and SPS obligations, and to flag (potential) effects on trade.

Membership of regional trade agreements and preferential trade agreements

See the RTAs gateway for explanations and background

See the PTAs gateway for explanations and background

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Acceptance of multilateral instruments

Membership of plurilateral agreements

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