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FSI CC 2015-9: Is ASEAN Meeting Targets in Services Trade Liberalization?

Given the robust performance of the services sector and its importance to global and regional economies, ASEAN needs to continue to facilitate its services trade. Two significant frameworks  –  AFAS and AEC Blueprint  –  were established to serve as regulatory mechanisms in trade in services regionally. However, much cynicism has been expressed on the effectiveness of both frameworks and it is unclear if ASEAN is meeting/missing targets in services trade liberalization.

Foreign Service Institute
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Katigbak, Jovito Jose, P.; trade in services; Liberalization -- Sri Lanka; Services for the aged--Thailand; ASEAN-South Korea relations;
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Published in 2015 and available in the Foreign Service Institute, Department of Foreign Affairs, 2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 1300 or Downloaded 130 times since October 25, 2018
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