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New study and workshop for the protection of public services in free trade agreements
Is it possible to reliably exclude public services from free trade agreements such as TTIP, CETA or TiSA? A new study by Prof. Markus Krajewski picks up on the current challenges by these agreements of the “new generation” and develops a model clause for the protection of public services. Last week, ...
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Model clauses for the exclusion of public services from trade and investment agreements
The impact of international trade agreements on public services has been a controversial subject for a number of years. Generally, the obligations of trade agreements have the potential to limit the ability of governments to choose freely between different regulatory instruments and techniques for the organisation and provision of services considered to be essential for the general public such as network communications, energy and water distribution, education, health and social services.
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