THE LEGAL-INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF THE FOREIGN COUNTRIES’ EXPERIENCE ON REGULATION OF TOURISM SERVICES ON JOINING THE WTO
The terms of reference of the GATS include all types of services and any sectorial areas of trade in services, excluding services, the supply of which is caused by the government’s management functions. This agreement defines horizontal and specific obligations for various service sectors, which either open or close access to the market and provide the most favored nation treatment for all modes of supply to foreign service providers. Sectorial commitments, or sector-specific commitments, are, as the term indicates, commitments are made regarding specific services sectors or sub-sectors. For scheduling commitments, the WTO Members distinguish twelve broad service sectors, where tourism and travel-related services are included as one of them.
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