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        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?
        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?

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        How to Design Trade Agreements in Services: Top Down or Bottom Up?

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        The GATS is generally associated in this context with a bottom-up (positive-list) scheduling approach where the sectors on which trade commitments are undertaken are selected individually. This is claimed to be less efficient, in terms of liberalization effects, than alternative approaches under which everything is considered to be fully committed unless specifically excluded (top-down or negative listing). However, a closer look at services negotiations conducted in various settings, including the Doha-Round process, WTO accession cases and different types of regional trade agreements, suggests that such structural issues have limited, if any, impact on the results achieved. What ultimately matters a ....read more

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