The emergence of trade in services as an emerging, international trading commodity from a South African perspective
Jacobs, Abdul Karriem
MetadataShow full item record
The reason for highlighting the difference between GATT and GATS is to focus on the impact of these agreements on the developing countries and in particular the latter will be the main focus of this paper. The economies and governments of the developing states are struggling to generate sustainable capitol growth and maintain financial stability to enhance economic growth. This is due to dictators who rule in such a manner to maintain power irrespective of the future economic viability of their state. Thus the environment for sustainable economic growth is wrath with political instability, lack of proper financial control and eagerness to attract foreign investment and allowing market access to developed states.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Understanding regionalisation and preferential relations in world trade law and policy: a perspective from the East African Community (EAC). Lunani, Sadat Mulongo (University of the Western Cape, 2011)The rapid growth in the number of regional trade agreements (RTAs) has led to concern about the weakening of the multilateral trading system. This thesis examines the spread of such agreement and the extent to which they ...
Regional integration in the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area and the importance of infrastructure development in promoting trade and reducing poverty Daniels, Cecily-Ann Jaqui Monique (University of the Western Cape, 2012)
Counteracting the misuse and abuse of subsidies and SPS measures in the EU and USA: Solutions for South Africa Muller, Crispin (University of the Western Cape, 2014)It has been held that agricultural domestic support would not be such a contentious issue if its only effect was the benefit of local farmers, but this is not the case.1 It was found that several forms of domestic support ...