Sources: 英汉公共大词典; CC-CEDICT; Law Dictionary
So the issue is alive and well, not just a historical relic from China’s accession to the WTO in 2001.
We believe the accession of South Africa will be conducive to the development of the mechanism as well as cooperation among emerging markets.
None is yet a model democracy -- but all are moving in the right direction and have made at least as much progress as those that have preceded them in the accession process.
For example, China spent 15 years in negotiating bilaterally the terms of its accession prior to becoming a WTO member in 2001.
Russia's main gains from WTO accession will not be from enhanced market access, although Russian steel and chemicals exports will benefit.
That goal has been advanced with China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 and its "incredible" economic development, Zoellick said.
Since then, and especially since the surge that followed its accession to the WTO in 2001, China’s economic clout has grown as fast — or faster— in its own region as anywhere.
In 2006, the United States, joined by six other members, brought a case against China charging that fees it applied to imported auto parts violated its accession agreement.
The key objective of the World Bank ’s Country Partnership Strategy for Croatia is to support the completion of its EU accession process.
First, China is a country that honors its words and has fulfilled all its solemn commitments upon WTO accession.