Your bibliography: SciDev.Net. 2017. TRIPS and its effects on developing countries. [online] Available at: [Accessed May 18, 2017]. The growth of international trade has given rise to a complex and ever-increasing primary law, including international treaties and agreements, domestic legislation and jurisprudence on the settlement of trade disputes. This research guide focuses primarily on the multilateral trading system managed by the World Trade Organization. It also contains information on regional and bilateral trade agreements, particularly those to which the United States is a party. The agreement was also published as part of a house document (H.R. Doc. No.
103-316, point 1 (text begins on page 1320)). You can find a PDF of this document in ProQuest Congressional. [online] Available at: [Accessed May 18, 2017]. Authors – Indicate the authors as they appear in the source. Do not add full points after initials an in-text: (TRIPS and its effects on developing countries, 2017) Text: (Arguments for and against the TRIPS Agreement, 2017) For more information on contract research, see A Guide to Contract Research or in the Guide on Contracts and International Agreements. Titles – of chapters, articles, submissions or segments are entered in single quotation marks and are not lealized. In the Twitter feed in the left column of this manual, you will find instructions on how to use AGLC4. Text in: (WTO | Recent Editions on Industrial Property, 2017) Copies of this guide are also available at the Law Library in the General Collection, 2-Hour Reserve and Reference Collections. Editor – are written in the shortest form to identify the publisher. If the author and publisher are identical, the publisher is omitted….