Prospects and Areas of International Co-operation

  • Bimal Ghosh


International co-operation, including external technical assistance, could be valuable in addressing many of the constraints that most developing countries currently face in strengthening the services sector of their economy and increasing their participation in trade in services.


Foreign Direct Investment Service Sector International Cooperation Service Industry Market Access 
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Notes and references

  1. 3.
    See UNCTAD, document TD/B/CN.4/43 (Geneva: 30 June 1995) paragraphs 21–6.Google Scholar
  2. 4.
    In keeping with a recommendation of its Standing Committee on Developing Services Sectors (Trade and Development Board), UNCTAD was in the process of establishing a computerized database to facilitate the access of services and service suppliers of developing countries to world markets by providing information on measures, including laws and regulations, that affect such access. See UNCTAD document TD/B/CN.4/L 13 (Geneva: 22 July 1994) p. 2.Google Scholar
  3. 13.
    See, for example, E. Helpman and P. R. Krugman, Market Structure and Foreign Trade (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1985);Google Scholar
  4. 13a.
    also R. Harris, ‘Applied General Equilibrium Analysis of Small Open Economies with Scale Economies and Imperfect Competition’ American Economic Review, 74 (December 1984) pp. 1016–32.Google Scholar

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