Ongoing Negotiations on the GATS FSA: Bangladesh’s Concerns and Position
AbstractThe paper is based on the Financial Services Agreement under the GATS which was made as a result of global negotiations on financial services, including areas such as insurance, merchant and consumer banking. The study is aimed to understand Bangladesh’s position (in terms of financial liberalisation and internationalisation measures) for fulfilling the GATS and FSA requirements. The paper also gives an overview of current level of commitments by countires under the FSA, Doha agenda and ongoing negotiations, GATS commitment on financial services and policy concerns, Bangladesh’s commitment for financial services under GATS.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) in its series CPD Working Paper with number 33.
Length: 45 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2003
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GATS FSA; Bangladesh;
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