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Negotiating Services Agreements Negotiating Services Agreements Geza Feketekuty
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Negotiations on Services Negotiations on Services Regulation of International Services Bilateral Agreements (Civil Aviation) International Agreements(ITU, IPU) Enterprise to Host Government Negotiations Bilateral Negotiations Between Home and Host Government Negotiating Trade Agreements Free Trade Agreements – (NAFTA, Mercosur) WTO/GATS Dispute Settlement Bilateral Consultations Preceding Dispute Settlement Process Consultations on Implementation of Dispute Settlement Outcomes
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Negotiations on Regulatory Negotiations on Regulatory Issues Issues Establishment of Regulatory Framework for International Services was Traditional Venue and Objective of Negotiations on Services Trade-Oriented Negotiations on Services are Aimed at Facilitating and Liberalizing Trade Negotiations in a Regulatory Framework and in a Trade Framework can overlap, so require coordination between regulatory and trade agencies
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Rationale and Venue for Problem Solving Rationale and Venue for Problem Solving Negotiations Negotiations Trade Problems can arise as result of Inadequate Information Misunderstanding of regulation by a firm or of proposed activity by regulator Regulation/Law is more Trade Restrictive than Necessary to accomplish Objective Mutual efforts to address issues in a problem- solving context can benefit both sides Periodic bilateral meetings between trade officials provide opportunity to address bilateral issues
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Examples of Problems Examples of Problems Regulation of International Transactions by Central American owned banks Visas for Training Assignments associated with outsourcing Screen quotas and discriminatory tax treatment of foreign advertising copy Regulations related to ground handling of aircraft operated by foreign airlines Use of leased lines to transmit data originating from a distributed network
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Problem Solving Interests of Problem Solving Interests of Developing Countries Developing Countries Problems solving negotiations by Developing Countries in the past have usually involved trade-offs between goods and services, this may change Growth of outsourcing is likely to increase importance of solving problems related to exports of services by Developing Countries
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Steps in Addressing Issues in Steps in Addressing Issues in Problem Solving Negotiations Problem Solving Negotiations Consultations between Enterprise and Host Government Consultations Between Home Government and Host Government at Increasingly Higher Levels Consultations in Multilateral Forum (If one exists for issue and issue is generic) Use of Formal Negotiating Mechanisms or Dispute Settlement Procedures (Choice Depends on Nature of Issue, Options)
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