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Mobilizing Business for Trade in Services

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This book helps government and business to collaborate effectively, and can assist in training on trade negotiations and export strategies. It summarizes key arguments on the role of services in development, providing analysis and explanation of the regulatory reforms and trade negotiations needed to foster a vibrant services sector in developing countries. The book also reviews the following individual sectors: tourism; transport and logistics; communications; audiovisual; computer and business process outsourcing; financial services; professional and other business services; construction; distribution; and cultural and recreational services.

English French, Spanish

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Working together on business goals

For business to play a full role in reform of the services sector, not only must governments consult it, but business must also have the capacity to perform effectively in such discussions. Consultation serves the interests of governments and business. Because there are challenges for business, this chapter outlines how businesses can group themselves to keep abreast of developments and respond to consultations. It identifies successful examples and draws lessons for business in developing countries.

English Spanish, French

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