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Managing the movement of people, what can be learned for Mode 4 of the GATS

This publication covers a broad range of issues within the trade and migration nexus which were discussed during the seminar on Trade and Migration, held in Geneva in October 2004. The seminar was co-sponsored by IOM, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization. Those issues included policy, legislative and implementation challenges in managing the movement and temporary stay of labour migrants, perspectives of employer and union representatives on the issues of concern for these important constituent groups, as well as the implications for GATS Mode 4 of what has been learned over the course of the seminar. The focus of the seminar was the examination of existing unilateral, bilateral and regional schemes for managing the movement and temporary stay of foreign workers to determine what can be learned from these schemes that is of relevance to GATS Mode 4
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non fiction
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1 online resource (142 p)
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