Panama participates from the 6 to 10 July, a round of negotiations of the Agreement on Trade in Services (TISA, for its acronym in English), in the city of Geneva in Switzerland, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MITI).
This negotiation, called TISA is based on services in the General Agreement on Trade in Services, which aims to improve and expand trade in services.
But also provide greater legal certainty for cross-border services, and focus on Panama as a regional center of attraction of investments.
The service sector accounts for 77% of gross domestic product in Panama, Minister of Trade and Industry, Meliton Arrocha he said.
The negotiations will address issues such as: financial services, movement of natural persons, domestic regulation, transparency, electronic commerce and telecommunications.
Within the negotiation involved at least 24 member countries of the World Trade Organization as: Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, United States, Mexico, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay, among others; and 51 member countries of the European Union.
Ernesto Chong de León, Ernesto Emilio Chong Coronado
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