The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the major global organization involved in negotiating, establishing, and resolving international trade rules and disputes. In 1995 the WTO replaced the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which was created at the end of World War II to reduce TRADE BARRIERS through multilateral negotiations.
The wheel of retailing is the theory or observation that new competitors come into established retail markets offering lower prices, greater selection of a limited line of products, or unique products challenging a portion of the market of established firms.
The Wheeler-Lea Act of 1938 amended the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914 to give the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jurisdiction over false or misleading advertising in addition to special powers to regulate advertising on food, drugs, cosmetics, and therapeutic devices.
Wall Street is both a street in the lower part of Manhattan in New York City and a generic reference to the financial district located there.