The Liberalization of Maritime Transport Services: With Special Reference to the WTO/GATS Framework by Benjamin ParameswaranThe Liberalization of Maritime Transport Services: With Special Reference to the WTO/GATS Framework by Benjamin Parameswaran

The Liberalization of Maritime Transport Services: With Special Reference to the WTO/GATS Framework

byBenjamin Parameswaran

Paperback | July 30, 2004

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A detailed analysis of the history of maritime transport services in the Uruguay and post-Uruguay Round negotiations and the role of the sector in the ongoing Doha Round talks. The reader will be confronted with an extensive overview of the role of maritime transport services in the WTO/GATS framework, a topic basically uncovered in the literature so far.
Title:The Liberalization of Maritime Transport Services: With Special Reference to the WTO/GATS FrameworkFormat:PaperbackDimensions:450 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:July 30, 2004Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540222405

ISBN - 13:9783540222408

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Table of Contents

Trade in Services and World Economic Growth.- Identifying Trade Barries.- The Dogmatic Concept Underlying Maritime Transport Services in International Law.- Trade in Maritime Transport Services: The Regulatory Framework.- Maritime Transport Services in the World Trade Organization.- Summary of Study.- Bibliography.

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From the reviews:"Besides the narrow and ill-fated circle of maritime trade negotiators, this book has also to be strongly recommended to scholars and practitioners in world trade law and in international shipping, as it is clearly now the reference book on the subject." (Pierre Latrille, in: Journal of World Trade 2005, p. 581 (584))"The present volume is the first in a new series of monographs published under the relatively recently inaugurated Hamburg Studies on Maritime Affairs . . Particularly to be commended is the clear structure and approach adopted throughout this study. . This is a very welcome study on an important . area of international law, featuring the conjunction of the law of the sea and GATS/WTO law. . this volume will constitute a primary reference point for all subsequent commentary and literature on this issue." (David M. Ong, International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, June, 2008)