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Addressing New Service Sectors in WTO/FTAs: Express Delivery and India

  • Arpita Mukherjee
  • Ramneet Goswami
  • Parthapratim Pal


The service sector is evolving. New services and new modes of delivering existing services have increased the complexities of services negotiations in the WTO and in FTAs. The WTO negotiations focus on market access but FTAs tend to go beyond market access to seeking regulatory commitments from trading partners. India is a proponent of services liberalisation both in the WTO and through bilateral/regional agreements. In this context, this paper examines how new service sectors like express delivery services (EDS) are addressed in WTO/FTAs and its implications for India. [Working Paper 251]

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