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Services Trade and Development : The Experience of Zambia

ACCOUNTING AIR AIR SERVICE AIR SERVICES AIR TRANSPORT AIRPORT AIRPORTS AIRWAYS AUDITING BANK BRANCHES BANK DEPOSITS BANK LOANS BANKING SERVICES BANKS BARRIERS TO ENTRY BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING BUSINESS SERVICES CAPACITY BUILDING COMMERCIAL PRESENCE COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMERS CONSUMPTION ABROAD CROSS-BORDER SUPPLY CROSS-BORDER TRADE DATA SERVICES DEPOSITS DIMINISHING RETURNS DIRECT INVESTMENT DOMESTIC REFORM DOMESTIC REGULATION ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC SITUATION EFFECTIVE MARKET ACCESS EMPLOYMENT EXPORT MARKETS EXPORTS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FOREIGN BANK FOREIGN BANKS FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN MARKETS FOREIGN PARTICIPATION FOREIGN PROVIDERS FOREIGN SUPPLIERS FREE TRADE FREIGHT GATS GDP GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS VALUE HEALTH SERVICES HUMAN CAPITAL INCOME LEVELS INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING INSURANCE INSURANCE SERVICES INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL TRADE INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT LABOR COSTS LDCS LIBERALIZING COMMITMENTS LIQUIDATION MARKET ACCESS MARKET FAILURE MERCANTILISM MFN MICROFINANCE MIGRATION MODES OF SUPPLY MONOPOLIES MONOPOLY MOVEMENT OF NATURAL PERSONS NATIONAL INCOME NATIONAL PARKS NATIONAL TREATMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS PENSIONS POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REFORM PRIVATIZATION PROCOMPETITIVE REGULATION PRODUCTIVITY PROVISION OF SERVICES REGULATORY AUTHORITIES REGULATORY REFORM RETIREMENT ROAD ROAD NETWORK ROAD TRANSPORT RURAL TELEPHONES SAFETY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE SECTOR SERVICE SUPPLIER SERVICE SUPPLIERS SERVICES SERVICES INPUTS SERVICES LIBERALIZATION SERVICES MARKETS SERVICES NEGOTIATIONS SERVICES SECTOR SERVICES SECTORS SERVICES TRADE SOCIAL SERVICES SUBSIDIARY TAX TAX EXEMPTIONS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL STANDARDS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TELEDENSITY TOURISM SERVICES TRADE TRADE IN SERVICES TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRADE NEGOTIATIONS TRADE SERVICES TRADING PARTNERS TRAFFIC TRAFFIC CONTROL TRANSPORT COSTS TRANSPORT OF GOODS TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT SERVICES UNIVERSAL ACCESS URUGUAY ROUND VALUE ADDED WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION WTO
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Washington, DC: World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan
Africa | Zambia
2012-05-30T19:38:51Z | 2012-05-30T19:38:51Z | 2007

Some see trade in services as irrelevant to the development agenda for least developed countries (LDCs). Others see few benefits from past market openings by LDCs. This book debunks both views. It finds that serious imperfections in Zambia's reform of services trade deprived the country of significant benefits and diminished faith in liberalization.

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