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Trade Policy Review: United States of America

Now on the WTO website....
----- ENGLISH VERSION -----

EMBARGOED: TRADE POLICY REVIEW: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Please visit the WTO online media newsroom to find the following embargoed text.
Trade Policy Review: United States of America, 18 and 20 December 2012: http://www.wto.org/english/forums_e/media_e/xmedia_e/tp375_e.htm

PLEASE NOTE: this text is under embargo until 1300 GMT on 18 December 2012. Journalists wishing to use embargoed texts are expected to withhold release of the information until the release date stipulated by the WTO. Anyone releasing such information in advance of the embargo date will be refused further access to the media newsroom.

----- VERSION FRANÇAISE -----

SOUS EMBARGO: EXAMEN DES POLITIQUES COMMERCIALES: ÉTATS-UNIS D’AMÉRIQUE
Veuillez visiter la salle de presse en ligne de l’OMC pour trouver le texte sous embargo.
Examen des politiques commerciales: États-Unis d’Amérique, 18 et 20 décembre 2012: http://www.wto.org/french/forums_f/media_f/xmedia_f/tp375_f.htm

NOTE: ce texte fait l’objet d’un embargo jusqu’ 13h00 GMT le 18 décembre 2012. Les journalistes souhaitant utiliser les textes sous embargo sont censés ne pas diffuser les renseignements qu’ils contiennent avant la date de publication stipulée par l’OMC. Toute personne diffusant ces renseignements avant leur date de publication se verra par la suite refuser l’accès à la salle de presse.

----- VERSIÓN ESPAÑOLA -----

DIVULGACIÓN NO AUTORIZADA:EXAMEN DE LAS POLÍTICAS COMERCIALES: ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMÉRICA
Sírvanse consultar la sala de prensa en línea de la OMC para consultar el siguiente texto, cuya divulgación no está autorizada.
Examen de las Políticas Comerciales: Estados Unidos de América, 18 y 20 de diciembre de 2012: http://www.wto.org/spanish/forums_s/media_s/xmedia_s/tp375_s.htm

TÉNGASE EN CUENTA: la divulgación de este texto no está autorizada hasta las 13h00 GMT del 18 de diciembre de 2012. Los periodistas que deseen utilizar los textos cuya divulgación no está autorizada deberán abstenerse de divulgar la información que contienen esos textos hasta la fecha fijada por la OMC. Se negará el acceso a la sala de prensa a toda persona que haya divulgado esa información antes de la fecha establecida.

ENDS

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