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Abstract

This paper examines how services trade and policies contribute to connectivity. It highlights the economic relevance of services and identifies some key channels through which trade in services contributes to physical and digital connectivity. The paper examines the impact of services trade policies on connectivity in view of recent research showing their impact on sectoral performance, economic welfare and development. Finally, it discusses the positive contribution that aid for trade can make in support of services policies.

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2017-09-13
2022-11-27
http://instance.metastore.ingenta.com/content/papers/25189808/215
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  • Published online: 13 Sept 2017
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