International Relationships TableInternational RelationshipsResources:United Nations: www.un.orgWorld Trade Organization: www.wto.orgComplete both Part A and Part B.Part A:Complete the table below for both the United Nations and World Trade Organization by providing a description of the Purpose, Major Functions, and Current Members for each organization.Part B:Answer this question:Select one organization; the United Nations, or the World Trade Organization.What is the relationship between this organization and international business?The relationship that I see between World Trade Organization (WTO) and international business is that the WTO plays a neutral role in the system of trade and negotiation for all members involved in international business to include imports and exports. The WTO in responsible for providing, maintaining and ensuring that: legal ground-rules are upheld by all members involved in international business. International business is able to continue imports and exports while all government agencies maintain social and environmental objectives through WTO supervision.
World Trade Organization
Bring all nations together throughout the world for peace and development for peace, justice and the well-being of humanity.
Address international problems.
Balance global interdependence and national interests for all countries.
Maintain international peace and security
Develop friendly relations among nations
Cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems
Promote respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms
Be a center for harmony between all nations
Operates a system of trade rules and negotiations for all members
Provide a neutral negotiation environment for all members
Liberalize trade for all members
Negotiate membership aid for trade agreements for all members
Settle trade disputes for all members
Provide policy integration and analysis...