There are no multilateral agreements whose main objective is to regulate marine pollutants in the air, but these pollutants fall within the general scope of several regional agreements dealing with a wide range of sources of marine pollution. Of these, only the Baltic Sea, North-East Atlantic and Mediterranean agreements include specific regulatory measures. In addition, the 1979 Geneva Convention on Long-Distance Cross-Border Air Pollution provides for detailed regulation of emissions of many air pollutants emitted by participating countries in the Northern Hemisphere. Although not directly aimed at marine pollution, the Geneva Convention is likely to offer indirect benefits to the marine environment. The Uruguay cycle began in September 1986 in Punta del Este, Uruguay. The focus has been on extending trade agreements to several new areas. These include services and intellectual property. It has also improved the agricultural and textile trade. The Uruguay Round led to the creation of the World Trade Organization. On 15 April 1994, the 123 participating governments signed the WTO agreement in Marrakech, Morocco. The WTO has taken the lead in future global multilateral negotiations. You must also prove the same characteristics if you decide to apply a unilateral or bilateral agreement in court.
In all scenarios, you have to prove that the number of bilateral investment agreements increased rapidly in the 1990s. countries and investors seeking to further regulate security, security and mobility of their investments, after it became clear that the Uruguay Round Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures (TRIMS), the Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (ADPIC) Agreement and the General Trade in Services Agreement (GATS) only took into account some of the investment-related concerns and did not sufficiently address the Investors still have strict controls on host governments to regulate multinationals.  In addition to these instruments, the World Bank adopted guidelines in 1992 for the treatment of foreign direct investment.  In 1994, the Energy Charter Treaty set an example of a multilateral investment agreement, but limited to the energy sector. Multilateral trade agreements are concluded between two or more countries in order to strengthen the economies of Member States by exchanging goods and services between them. The multilateral trade agreement establishes trade relations, trade facilities and financial investments between member states in such a multilateral trade agreement. Compared to bilateral trade agreements, multilateral trade agreements are difficult to negotiate, as more and more Member States participate in multilateral trade agreements. Pending the level of standards in the multilateral trade agreement, Member States will be treated in the same way. Multilateral trade agreements are treaties between three or more nations that wish to trade with each other. Trade agreements have exploded over the past 70 years, when nations realized that international trade was essential to national health. If trade agreements are concluded between several countries, there are pros and cons.
The fourth advantage is that countries can negotiate trade agreements with more than one country at the same time. Trade agreements are subject to a detailed authorisation procedure. Most countries would prefer to ratify an agreement covering many countries at the same time.