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The Contribution of Services Liberalization to Poverty Reduction: What Role for the GATS?

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Affiliations: 1: Senior economist, Trade in Services Division, WTO Secretariat. E-mail: All views expressed are those of the author and cannot be attributed to the WTO Secretariat or WTO Members. Thanks are due to Antonia Carzaniga, Nora Dihcl, Markus Jelitto and Peter Morrison for very helpful comments on an earlier draft. The research assistance provided by Adel Alghabiri is gratefully acknowledged.


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