The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade is a port for a series of global trade negotiations that took place between 1947 and 1995 in a total of nine cycles. The GATT was first conceived after the Allied victory in World War II at the 1947 United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment, in which the International Trade Organization (ITO) was one of the ideas proposed. It was hoped that the ITO would be led alongside the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). More than 50 nations negotiated the ITO and the organization of their constituent charter, but after the withdrawal of the United States, those negotiations failed.  The management of SPS measures to reduce food-related health risks poses clear and specific challenges for developing countries, which are hampered by less access to the scientific and technical knowledge and information needed to meet these new requirements. Their difficulties do not appear to affect the international legislative process, as most developing countries do not have the financial facilities to participate in the activities of international organizations. The conditions for the production and marketing of food are highly fragmented and depend on a large number of small producers. Therefore, they are incompatible with SPS requirements such as traceability. Preliminary estimates show significant negative economic consequences of stricter trade barriers, which have resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in commodity trade. Henson et al.
indicated that the number of technical notifications to developing countries to the WTO and its predecessor, GATT, doubled between 1990 and 1998. As tariffs have decreased, non-tariff barriers (NTBs) have attracted increasing attention, as they are as distorting trade as flat-rate tariffs. Non-tariff barriers consist of a series of rules, standards, standards, technical issues, administrative and bureaucratic procedures and other market-related barriers faced by exporters while trying to access a given market. The WTO is trying to highlight this area through a policy of transparency and information, but also by restrictions on the use of non-tariff barriers. Agriculture has been essentially excluded from previous agreements, as it has been granted special status in the areas of import quotas and export subsidies, with slight reserves. However, at the time of the Uruguay Round, many countries considered the agricultural exception so egregious that they refused to sign a new no-move agreement for agricultural products. These fourteen countries were known as the “Cairns Group” and consisted mainly of small and medium-sized agricultural exporters such as Australia, Brazil, Canada, Indonesia and New Zealand. Governments give some degree of control to an international agreement The assertion that Article 24 could be used in this way has been criticized as unrealistic by Mark Carney, Liam Fox and others, since in paragraph 5c of the Treaty, an agreement between the parties is necessary for paragraph 5b to be used as , in the case of a non-agreement scenario , did not agree. In addition, critics of the GATT 24 approach point out that services would not fall under such regulation.   The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) signed in October.