Countries in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are against India’s push for liberalisation in services sectors.
There is a pattern in the US’ trade demands which seldom change, regardless of the administration in power.
New Delhi wants its English, yoga teachers to get opportunities to offer services.
Switzerland insists on intellectual property commitments beyond TRIPS.
One of the world’s leading trade lawyers has written this report for UNI on the implications of TiSA on workers, democracy and UNIs sectors. The conclusions point in 1 direction: TiSA must be stopped!
A new campaign to be launched by the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) reveals the threat to jobs and workers’ rights posed by the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA).
This study, co-published with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, examines the adverse impacts on public services and public interest regulation of the little-known Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), quietly being negotiated in Geneva by a group of 23 governments, including Canada
A democratic decision to regulate a privatised essential service or to return it to public control could potentially trigger international investment arbitration if a country is bound by an international investment treaty.
Access for white-collar services businesses will be the focus as talks begin over a free trade agreement between Australia and Hong Kong.
A new campaign to be launched by the International Transport Workers’ Federation reveals the threat to jobs and workers’ rights posed by the Trade in Services Agreement.
The Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) is an attack on the future publicness of public banking around the world.
A new briefing has outlined the likely elements of a UK-US trade deal and argues that it would contain more extreme forms of all the controversial elements of the deal that was being negotiated between the EU and the USA.
Lessons from Uruguay’s withdrawal for other countries in the South.
Chile and China launched negotiations Monday to expand trade ties in the face of protectionist threats from US President Donald Trump.
Joint working group can act as a fulcrum for the FTA: India’s High Commissioner to UK
The Philippines will push for the expansion and deepening of the ASEAN services agreement possibly over a 10-year transition period to allow the liberalization of more sectors.
During the RCEP talks, India would press for greater market access in the services sector, particularly easy movement of professionals
A new leak of the TiSA Electronic Commerce chapter has exposed a brand new U.S. government proposal on Internet intermediary safe harbors.
With China too eyeing a similar agreement with Colombo, New Delhi aims to sign expanded FTA this year.