China has stated its interest in joining the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) negotiations, according to a BNA report. If it formally joins the negotiations, China’s participation would add new dimension and complexity to the talks, and would correspond with China’s stated intention to pursue “proactive strategies” to strengthen its services sector. The TISA negotiations, launched in 2013, seek to remove barriers and increase market openings originally covered in the 1995 General Trade in...
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