The World Trade Organisation on Malaysia & its palm oil reserves

The Flying Olives

This paper was co-written by Arissa Jemaima and Sarah Rusyda in 2020, and was submitted as a World Trade Law report under a BA (Bachelors) in International Relations and International Law. The instruction was to discuss the benefits and contributions of a WTO-member country towards world trade.


It has often been tooted that what makes trade international is the inevitability of it to be involved in exchange markets due to its requirement of owning foreign currency or a line of credit to participate. A quick reference to be made to the history of economic thought will preview the diverse range of international trade policies, where the appropriate use of the term “international” begins within a general rule of conduct where a power dominates – England had held the title in the 19th and 20th centuries, with China…

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