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AuthorUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development
TitleRegulation and Liberalization in the Construction Services Sector and Its Contribution to the Development of Developing Countries
Imprint Geneva, United Nations. 2000
Connect tohttp://161.200.145.45/docs/en/c1em12d2.en.pdf
Descript 21 p. : tables

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Abstract: Governments of developing countries should play an active role at national level and in the multilateral negotiations in order to promote development of their construction services sector. Issues for expert consideration may include: (1) domestic policy instruments and strategies aimed at building domestic capacities in construction services, such as upgrading of technological capacity, including improved use of information technology, and electronic commerce, improved access to financing, effective exploitation of opportunities presented by multilateral and bilateral assistance, (2) a strategy for the multilateral trade negotiations which would aim at obtaining meaningful market access for developing countries' firms, while maximizing advantages accruing to developing countries in implementing their complex development and social objectives, (3) specific problems to be addressed in multilateral negotiations, include: domestic regulations technical standards, licensing and qualification requirements and procedures, restrictions on movement of persons, government procurement practices, tied aid, subsidies, transfer of technology provisions, (4) liberalization at the sub-regional level as a way of building export capacities


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