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Abstract

When it comes to services traded through the international movement of individuals (mode 4), Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) have increasingly adopted trade-facilitating disciplines that both build upon and innovate the GATS framework. By analysing relevant provisions of RTAs, we are able to identify trends and commonalities in approach.

JEL: F13: International Economics / Trade / Trade Policy ; International Trade Organizations ; F15: International Economics / Trade / Economic Integration ; F22: International Economics / International Factor Movements and International Business / International Migration ; K33: Law and Economics / Other Substantive Areas of Law / International Law ; L8: Industrial Organization / Industry Studies: Services
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2022-08-17
2024-02-24
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  • Published online: 17 Aug 2022
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