Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC) es la única organización internacional que se ocupa de las normas que rigen el comercio entre los países. Los pilares sobre los que descansa son los Acuerdos de la OMC, que han sido negociados y firmados por la gran mayoría de los países que participan en el comercio mundial y ratificados por sus respectivos parlamentos.
OMC (anteriormente llamada Otara Millionaires Club) fue una banda de pop y rock neozelandesa formada en el año de 1993, conocida por el éxito "How Bizarre" de 1996, que llegó a posiciones altas en su país y en el mundo.
- How Bizarre
- Follow-Up Success
- Death of Pauly and Phil
The Otara Millionaires Club was formed in 1992 by Phil Fuemana, who had played in the bands Houseparty and Fuemana. Fuemana and his younger brother Pauly Fuemana recorded two tracks as the new band for producer Alan Jansson's Urban Pacifica collection Proud. Jansson had achieved cult status as composer/producer for the synthpop group Body Electric during the early 1980s.In 1994, after the split of the Otara Millionaires Club, Pauly approached Jansson and the two formed a musical partnership, with Fuemana the public face and Jansson as producer and co-writer. Pauly suggested that they shorten the band's name to just the initials, and thereafter, Fuemana Jansson were OMC.Pauly performed as OMC, serving as the frontman and playing several instruments during performances. However, the music was created by Pauly and Alan Jansson, with Jansson co-writing all of the tracks and handling most of the arrangement and all production duties in the studio.
Signed to Simon Grigg's Huh! label, OMC released the single "How Bizarre" in New Zealand in late 1995. It was an immediate smash hit even without a video, reaching number one in early 1996 and staying there for three weeks. It sold over 35,000 copies. The same year, "How Bizarre" went to number one in Australia for five weeks, sold over 150,000 singles, and was certified as a platinum single. Later in the year the single went to number 5 in the UK Singles Chartand number one in countries across Europe and much of the rest of the world. In the United States, "How Bizarre" spent 32 weeks on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 chart, peaking at number one in August 1997 due to the large amount of radio play it received. This made OMC the first New Zealand artist to reach the number one spot on a Billboard chart. The song never charted on the regular Billboard Hot 100as it was not released as a commercially available single the US, which was a chart-eligibility requirement at the time. It als...
"How Bizarre" was followed by the singles "Land of Plenty" which reached the top 5 in the New Zealand charts; "Right On" which achieved platinum-status in New Zealand; and "On The Run" which was a minor international hit in the Netherlands and the UK. By 1998, Fuemana and Jansson had a falling out over royalties, which ended up in court. It was resolved in arbitration with Fuemana paying a sum to Jansson and Jansson handing over all claim to the name and ongoing artist royalties. Fuemana and Jansson regrouped in 2005 and released the single "4 All of Us", featuring the actress Lucy Lawlessas a guest vocalist, in 2007. In 2002, their song "How Bizarre" reached #71 on the 100 Greatest One-hit Wonders hosted by William Shatner.
Phildied in 2005 of a heart attack. On 31 January 2010, Pauly Fuemana died at North Shore Hospital in Auckland after suffering for several years from a chronic degenerative disease, progressive demyelinating polyneuropathy, an auto-immune disorder similar to the nerve disease multiple sclerosis. He was 40 years old, and was survived by his wife and six children. In February 2010, "How Bizarre" briefly reentered the charts in New Zealand following news of Pauly Fuemana's death.
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Miembros de la UE y la OMC. Estados observadores. Existen actualmente 192 países miembros de la Organización Mundial del Comercio y 24 países observadores.
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