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2010年11月17日 (水)

APEC’s Strong Commitment to Maintain Liberalized Investment Regimes

 投資自由化制度の緯持による直接投資の推進実績

弁理士 佐成 重範 Web検索 SANARI PATENT

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APEC 域内で日本企業の対外投資が活発で、成功や難渋の事例が続出しているが、サービス貿易の自由化もAPECにおいて重要な進展を遂げている。

(9)(承前11-17 B SiteSince the Bogor Declaration, trade in services has become a much more significant component of regional and global trade. The 2010 economies also continue to make important progress to liberalize trade in services, opening up dew services markets through unilateral reform of domestic policy, the implementation of international sectoral agreements and RTAs/FTAs with services chapters that gp beyond the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) commitments.(SANARI PATENT考察: 特許制度の諸国調和も、GATSに基いている)

(10)APEC’s strong collective commitment to maintain liberalized investment regime has been a key diver of growth in foreign direct investment. The number of bilateral investment treaties and/or RTAs/FTAs in which the 2010 economies have ensured MFN and national treatment to foreign investment has increased from 160 in 1996 to 340 in 2009. SANARI PATENT注:MFNMost Favored Nation Treatment: 最恵国待遇:通商条約においてA国がB国に対して関税などについて第3国Cに対する優遇措置と同様の措置を約定すること)。

(11) APEC economies have also taken significant steps on trade facilitation to streamline customs procedure and align standards and conformance procedures. Under the Trade Facilitation Action Plan (TFAP), they reduced trade Transaction costs in the region by 5% from 2002 to 2006. APEC is also heading toward achieving an additional 5% reduction under the second TFAP to be completed this year. APEC has started collaborating with multilateral development banks in capacity building to promote trade facilitation, and their further contribution is welcomed.

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