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The Annex of International Maritime Services aims to strengthen liberalisation while respecting the wishes of each party to protect itself from cabotage. Transportation services are divided into three separate annexes, which are international maritime services, air services and road transport services. TISA classifies services by four types of “supply” and aims to remove barriers to their international trade: to stimulate its services exports, currently dominated by IT and IT services (ITeS), India has been organizing service conclaves in recent years. India is also seeking legislative and executive changes to national services legislation in the areas of justice, education, health and logistics to improve competitiveness and boost exports. In order to promote mutual assistance between trade and the environment, paragraph 31 iii of the WTO Doha Declaration highlighted environmental goods and services for liberalisation. By adopting the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015, our leaders have strengthened their commitment to environmental protection, including sustainable consumption and production, sustainable management of their natural resources and urgent action to combat climate change. The parties agree that further liberalization of environmental services would provide better market access opportunities, including for small and medium-sized enterprises, and improve health and environmental performance in TISA markets. This application is heres noted by the following TISA parties: Canada, xxxx But it seems that India also does not want to miss the bus in the event of increasing opportunities in the trade in services. Recently, it presented a unilateral offer of preferential access to service providers in the poorest countries of the WTO (World Trade Organization) to push for a multilateral services agreement. The aim of TISA is to strengthen the rules and improve access to the trade in services markets. Specifically, the agreement negotiated between the parties addresses discriminatory barriers to cross-border trade in services, provides a more predictable investment environment for service providers and improves the mobility of service providers.
The parties to the negotiations are considering proposals on, among others, transparency, national regulation, financial services, telecommunications, e-commerce, the free movement of individuals, international shipping services, air services, state-owned enterprises and express delivery services. The annex aims to expand opportunities for service providers in the commercial services sectors, including architectural, engineering and law services.