3 edition of Professional accreditation in the liberalization of trade in services found in the catalog.
Professional accreditation in the liberalization of trade in services
Tereso S. Tullao
by College of Business & Economics, CHED Center of Developmet in Business & Management Education in Manila, Philippines
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 25-26).
|Series||CBE working paper series ;, 1999-06|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2002/07755 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2002367041|
professional organizations in this country conduct their continuing education for personal, professional and organizational development. The articles in the book become more relevant in the light of possible pressure for liberalization of the educational sector in the next round of GATS Size: KB. International barriers to services trade are deeply intertwined with national regulatory, investment, and immigration policies. Accordingly, the liberalization of trade in services is considerably more complex than the liberalization of trade in goods. Sector-specific issues abound. This volume sheds much light on the challenges facing the trading.
Supplement VIII to CEPA deepens liberalisation of trade in services (with photos/video) ***** The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (HKSARG) and the Central People's Government today (December 13) reached agreement on the enhancement of economic and trade co-operation and exchanges between the two places under the Mainland and . Some GATS education proposals are calling for the implementation of universal educational standards, mutual recognition of academic credentials and liberalization of professional accreditation. Trade in educational services, along with audiovisual and energy services, has attracted the lowest level of commitment from WTO member countries.
forward away from the international trade in services liberalization; market access WTO specificity duty is standard, instead of the normal duties, or to rely on both parties to give particular interview . 3. Characteristics (III) liberalization of trade in services a. The basic service trade liberalization of trade in services in fast forward. The principle of non-discrimination is fundamental to the regulation of international trade in goods and services. In the context of trade in goods, the concept of 'like products' has become a key element of the legal analysis of whether a trade obstacle violates GATT non-discrimination : Nicolas F. Diebold.
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Liberalization of Trade in Professional Services (Oecd Documents) (English and. Liberalization of trade in legal services takes place both at the multilateral level within the World Trade Organization’s General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and at the regional level within preferential trade agreements (PTAs).
This book analyses the liberalization process that takes place at 5/5(1). ‘Services account for three quarters of GDP in many countries but less than a quarter of global trade. This insightful volume assesses recent evidence on services trade barriers, the extent to which preferential trade agreements liberalize trade in services and whether such liberalization benefits only participants or extends to non-member countries.
Liberalizing Trade in Services. The final section of the book provides an outlook for the deficit and suggests alternative policy courses for dealing with it. International organization.
investment in services. Cross-border trade in services stood at some US$ trillion inor about 20 percent of world trade.
Modern information technologies allow ever more cross-border, “disembodied” trade in services to occur—call centers and other types of “business process outsourcing” being well-known examples. Liberalization of trade in services •Implementation, Art 23(1)-liberalization shall be progressive and in accordance with the Schedule on the Progressive Liberalization of Services (Annex V of the EAC CMP) •Additional commitments will be undertaken in successive rounds i.e.
specific commitments and sectors. A strong and independent regulatory body, empowered with adequate resources; Effective power to regulate and ability to enforce; Ability to regulate, due process and accountability; Professional expertise, trained and well respected officials.
Trade Liberalization in Services: the rules. Trade in Services (GATS).1 The GATS system was initiated in during the “Uruguay Round”of WTO negotiations,where initial commitments in health services were made by a handful recently,negotiations beganFile Size: 3MB. The purpose of this paper is double.
First, we empirically explore to what extent the determinants of trade in services differs from those of trade in goods and, second, by the use of instrumental. Another approach, appropriate for some service industries, is to model the determin- ation of quantity rather than price, and then to include the trade restrictiveness index in a quantity equation.
The result, analogous to that for prices above, is an estimate of eVects of trade barriers on Size: 3MB. agreement. SERVICES: AGREEMENT. Part IV— Progressive liberalization.
Article XIX Back to top. Negotiation of Specific Commitments. In pursuance of the objectives of this Agreement, Members shall enter into successive rounds of negotiations, beginning not later than five years from the date of entry into force of the WTO Agreement and periodically thereafter, with a view to achieving a progressively higher level of liberalization.
Get this from a library. Liberalisation of trade in professional services. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;] -- Of discussion and papers prepared for the OECD workshop on the liberalisation of trade in professional services, held in Paris on September 8 Liberalization of Services Trade GAR CDE HUFAUER For obvious reasons, manufactures and agriculture dominate much of the debate about trade liberalization.
Cross-border flows of manufactured prod-ucts are easy to quantify and origins are relatively easy to track even when nested in global value chains. By contrast, service sector products are. Options for services liberalisation in the CFTA – Ms.
Carolyne Tumuhimbise, Trade Adviser in the Department of Trade and Industry, AUC. Tumuhimbise discussed modalities, advantages and challenges for negotiations on four possible approaches namely: The negative list approach of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
The debate on the liberalization of trade in educational services, mainly the higher education segment, is a very complex one.
Many scholars argue that education deserves special treatment and cannot be subject to market forces. According to Fasel and Saner3, education is a human right which must be accessible to everyone, in optimal Size: KB.
‘The WTO and Trade in Services offers great value to academics, policymakers and practitioners in this increasingly important area of study as the services-intensity of global economies continues to expand and we are very grateful to Elgar for this most useful and apposite compilation.’ – Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, The Barrister Magazine.
West Africa’s trade liberalization policy, “the ECOWAS Trade Liberalization Scheme (ETLS) is the main ECOWAS operational tool for promoting the West African region as a free trade area.”7 It officially started operating ineven though it was formulated in In the beginning of the yearWTO negotiations on extended liberalisation of trade in services, nicknamed "GATS ", were launched.
Corporate lobbying was decisive for the coming into being of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), one of the so-called Marrakesh agreements concluded at the end of the GATT Uruguay Round in In North America, for example, trade in professional services was first acknowledged in the FTA -- the Canada-U.S.
Free Trade Agreement (), and subsequently addressed in NAFTA -- The North American Free Trade Agreement ().2 The treatment of professional services in the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement () is a mirror image of NAFTA.
liberalization under trade agreements cultural and recreational services scope economic importance liberalization under trade agreements trade data aPPendices Appendix I Classification of services sectors (W/) appendix ii trade in services – key statistics bibliograPHy tables.
conducting negotiations in trade in services. Proposals include professional services, tourism, telecommunications and transport services, financial services and distribution. Medical and health services have not been mentioned at all while very few proposals (3) deal with the education sector WTO, Press Release/, 28 June.
5.A Handbook of International Trade in Services provides a comprehensive introduction to the key issues in trade and liberalization of services. Providing a useful overview of the players involved, the barriers to trade, and case studies in a number of service industries, this is a must- have for policymakers and students interested in trade.Liberalization of Trade in Services: Issues Raised by LAC’s Experience Guillermo Perry, Daniel Lederman Office of the Chief Economist, LAC World Bank, April Outline!
Main Message: liberalization of trade in services is not enough.! Issues – Migration of workers and development – International financial transactions.