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Preparing Negotiations in Services: EC Audiovisuals in the Doha Round

Abstract : Under the 1994 Uruguay Round Agreement, only nineteen WTO members have made commitments in audiovisual services in their GATS schedule (see table 7). As illustrated in table 7, these commitments are generally of limited scope and magnitude.1 Among the large audiovisual producers, only the United States has taken substantial commitments at the various stages of audiovisual production, distribution, and transmission. Although more limited, the commitments by India (the world’s largest film producer), Hong Kong, and Japan show the acceptance by countries with large production and influential cultures to consider the issue of liberalization in audiovisual services with an open mind (...).
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Patrick Messerlin. Preparing Negotiations in Services: EC Audiovisuals in the Doha Round. Emmanuel Cocq; Patrick A. Messerlin; Stephen Siwek; Emmanuel Cocq. The Audiovisual Sector in the GATS Negotiations, AEI Press & Groupe d'Economie Mondiale de Sciences Po, pp.32 - 55, 2004, 0844771724. ⟨hal-03471770⟩



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