The GATS agreement

The GATS agreement covers four modes of supply for the delivery of services in cross-border trade:

Criteria Supplier Presence
Mode 1: Cross-border supply Service delivered within the territory of the Member, from the territory of another Member Service supplier not present within the territory of the member
Mode 2: Consumption abroad Service delivered outside the territory of the Member, in the territory of another Member, to a service consumer of the Member
Mode 3: Commercial presence Service delivered within the territory of the Member, through the commercial presence of the supplier Service supplier present within the territory of the Member
Mode 4: Presence of a natural person Service delivered within the territory of the Member, with supplier present as a natural person
Source: Document MTN.GNS/W/124, available on the World Trade Organization Website.

 

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