Juan A. Marchetti

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The aim of this paper is to analyse developing countries' participation so far in the current round of services negotiations under the Doha Development Agenda. The paper analyses developing countries’ negotiating positions, as evidenced by their multilateral negotiating proposals; their initial offers; and, to the extent allowed by the incomplete and(More)
This paper discusses how the coming WTO negotiations on services might best be used to help achieve national economic objectives. It argues that a fundamental rule of thumb for policy should be to seek to achieve and maintain a uniform (across-the-board) set of incentives for economic activities and that to achieve this in the service sector context a high(More)
Are market access commitments on services in Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) reciprocal or simply unilateral? If reciprocal, do concessions granted in services depend on concessions received from the trading partner in other services or in non-services areas as well? In this paper we investigate the presence of reciprocity in bilateral services(More)
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