Low Skilled Workers And Bilateral, Regional and Unilateral Initiatives

Published on 01 Jan 2008

The lack of progress on trade in services through the movement of natural persons, particularly of low-skilled persons, under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) has been a matter of concern for Least Developed Countries. This paper attempts to understand how bilateral and unilateral schemes manage the temporary movement of low-skilled workers by examining their various features.

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