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Trade in Energy Services: GATS and India


  • Arpita Mukherjee
  • Ramneet Goswami


India’s opportunities and constraints to trade in energy services within the GATS framework are examined. The study found that India has the capability of exporting high-skilled manpower at competitive prices but is facing various market access, discriminatory and regulatory barriers in markets of export interest. [WP No. 231].

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  • Arpita Mukherjee & Ramneet Goswami, 2009. "Trade in Energy Services: GATS and India," Working Papers id:1873, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:1873
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    3. Peter C. Evans, 2002. "Liberalizing Global Trade in Energy Services," Books, American Enterprise Institute, number 53227.
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    high skilled man power; markets; export barriers; energy services; prices; trade; India; energy; oil; coal; GATS; production; construction;

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