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We will test the robustness of our findings using a more refined approach to proxy for tradability, separating tradable service industries such as finance, insurance, transportation, technology, and business management from other nonmanufacturing industries.
The four chapters discuss types, capacity development through education, policy efforts related to quality assurance practices, and the inclusion of education in the General Agreements on Trade in Services, making it a tradable service and requiring regulation.
The plan recognises that, to achieve maximum effectiveness, the Welsh Government must target its support to specific sectors and work across these sectors to drive the development of new skills, new business models and new infrastructure The Welsh Government is simplifying its approach around three national thematic sectors - Tradable Services, including Fintech services, online insurance and creative, High Value Manufacturing, including compound semi-conductors and new composites manufacturing and Enablers, including digital, energy efficiency and renewables.
The plan recognises that to achieve maximum effectiveness, the Welsh Government must target its support to specific sectors and work across these sectors to drive the development of new skills, new business models and new infrastructure The Welsh Government is simplifying its approach around three national thematic sectors - Tradable Services, including Fintech services, online insurance and creative, High Value Manufacturing, including compound semiconductors and new composites manufacturing and Enablers including digital, energy efficiency and renewables.
The purpose of establishing SEZs includes facilitating the creation of an industrial complex, for targeted investments and industries in the manufacturing sector and tradable services, attracting foreign and domestic direct investment and creating decent work and other economic and social benefits in the regions they are located in.
Industrial development--broadly defined to include manufacturing, tradable services, horticulture, and agro-industry--can play a vital role in diversifying the region's economies.
In such economies, tradable services cannot absorb more than a fraction of the labor supply.
As for the long-term measures, the paper suggests raising the level of investment in manufacturing and tradable services.
Noting that Latin America will find it difficult to compete either in the high-tech manufacturing sector or in labor-intensive production and is thus in a classic middle income trap situation, he presents two key recommendations: that Latin American countries protect their commodities against the uncertainty of volatility by diversifying and by creating crosslinks of higher value added for them and that they allocate resources and efforts to the development of international tradable services, infrastructure, and sovereign wealth funds.
Typically, non-tradable services (plumbers, construction workers etc) and the upper echelons of tradable services (commodities brokers, high-end research etc) go on to do well.
More insidious than the numerous things that are in the process of being defined as tradable services, subject to WTO regulations on competition, are all the things that are not specifically mentioned.
As for services of general interest, the Member States invite the Competitiveness Council to take the necessary procedural decisions for future work in order to safeguard their supply and funding, while ensuring that the provision of public services is compatible with EU State aid and competition rules and that the application of this aid and these rules do not endanger the provision of public services and equally that Member States' financing arrangements do not distort the market for tradable services.