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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 科技管理學院  > 科技法律研究所 > 期刊論文 >  Liberalization of Trade in Television Services-- The Negotiation Dilemma and Challenges for the Future

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    Title: Liberalization of Trade in Television Services-- The Negotiation Dilemma and Challenges for the Future
    Authors: Shin-yi Peng
    教師: 彭心儀
    Date: 2009
    Publisher: Kluwer Law International
    Relation: Journal of World Trade, Kluwer Law International, Volume 43, Issue 4, Aug. 2009, Pages 657-682
    Keywords: WTO
    Trade in Services
    Television Services
    Abstract: Although a number of WTO Members have made commitments to television services sector in the initial and revised offers during the Doha Round, the regime offered still appears extremely restrictive. As evidenced by the China-Hongkong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) and the EU Television without Frontier (TVWF), a general producer-based rule of origin for services trade may fall short of realizing the legal and economic rationales of the concept of origin. Considering the impact of the multiplicity of channels available for distribution of television services made possible by new technology, legal and precise defi nitions are needed to determine the ‘origin’ of television services. Moreover, the ongoing panel proceeding of China-AVHE is a signifi cant opportunity to clarify the issues as to whether audiovisual services should be treated as ‘ordinary’ services. In any event, the W/120 classifi cations and their correspondence with the Central Product Classifi cation (CPC) need to be renegotiated to make it clear whether the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) disciplines should apply to services delivered on demand, such as Internet downloads.
    URI: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1528187
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