Reducing the Barriers to International Trade in Accounting Services
Addresses issues that are the focus of negotiations on the agenda of GATS 2000: market access and national treatment issues. The author describes the public good aspect of the liberalization of accounting services, showing that increased competition leads to better professional standards.
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ACCOUNTING SERVICES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
THE IMPEDIMENTS TO TRADE IN ACCOUNTING SERVICES
THE CURRENT FRAMEWORK FOR NEGOTIATIONS
THE ROAD AHEAD
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