WTO LIBERALISATION

Keith Nuthall
MEMBER governments of the World Trade Organisation are to examine in detail proposals made by the Australian government for the dismantling of bureaucratic barriers that prevent accountants from practising in foreign countries.

Its detailed suggested were made in to the ongoing services round of the WTO, in Geneva, which has just reached the end of its first stage. Diplomats will now begin a year long examination of proposals, before making formal proposals to liberalise their service industries, including accountancy.

Canberra is ...


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