The Chilean experience in services negotiations

Trade in services was brought into the world negotiating agenda in the early 1990s. Since the entry into force of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994 and the World Trade Organization in 1995, countries have engaged in active negotiations in this area, both regionally and bilaterally. Latin American countries have been particularly active in this process, having negotiated 20 percent of PTAs covering trade in goods and 47 percent of those dealing with trade in services that have been notified to the WTO. Chile and Mexico stand out, having notified to the WTO ten and nine agreements covering trade in services, respectively.

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