This Comment will discuss problems inherent in creating a framework for liberalization of trade in the service sector and will propose a general plan for approaching those problems. Part One will examine the economic significance of the service sector world-wide. Part Two will consider problems in quantifying the service sector and in identifying barriers to trade in services. Part Three will look into the difficulties of building international consensus on the need for liberalization and efforts made to that end. To conclude, Part Four will explore the possibility of extending the GATT to cover services.
Liberalization of International Trade in the Service Sector: Threshold Problems and a Proposed Framework under the GATT,
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