GATS 2000: New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization

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Kennedy School of Government, and the Education and Research Foundation of the Coalition of Service Industries (CSI).

Financial support for this project was provided by the CSI Education and Research Foundation, the European Commission, the Mark Twain Institute, the Sanwa Research Institute, Teleglobe Inc., the government of Canada, the French government's Direction des Relations Economiques Exterieures (DREE), and the Ministry for International Trade and Industry (MITI) of Japan. The editors are especially grateful to Harry Freeman, president of the Mark Twain Institute, for helping to inspire the project and providing much guidance and support.

Special thanks also go to Kimberly Bliss and Linda Gianessi of the Brookings Institution for the diligence and professionalism with which they coordinated this publication and managed the research project's finances; to Bonnie Jessup, whose tireless efforts were key to organizing, running, and making a success of the conference from which this book originated; and to Vicky Macintyre, James Schneider, and Theresa Walker of the Brookings Institution Press for expeditiously copyediting the work and Carlotta Ribar for proofreading the pages in record time. Gratitude is also extended to Janet Walker, who provided overall editorial management; Susan Woollen, who coordinated development of the cover; and Rebecca Clark, who, as marketing director for the press, takes over from here.

The views expressed in this book are exclusively those of the authors and should not be ascribed to those institutions with which they are affiliated, to the people whose assistance is acknowledged, to the organizations that supported the project, or to the trustees, officers, or staff members of the Brookings Institution.

ROGER B. PORTER Director Center for Business and Government Harvard University

MICHAEL H. ARMACOST President The Brookings Institution

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