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Summary of issues by theme Raised by Raised by China's response
United other WTO
stated in Provisional Rules on one year of residency and a fixed residence or
Evaluating Registration of Membership fixed contact point within China. This kind of
by Foreign Accountants. qualification requirement, which related to
Articles VI:4 and VI:6 of the GATS, was under
discussion by Members in the Working Party
on Domestic Regulation. (Verbalg)
Source: GAO analysis of WTO documents.
aCommunication from U.S.: S/C/NV/233; dated 11/24/03.
bCommunication from European Communities: S/C/NV/229; dated 11/10/03.
cCommunication from Japan: S/C/NV/228; dated 9/12/03.
dCommunication from Chinese Taipei: S/C/NV/232; dated 11/21/03.
eCommunication from Australia: S/C/WV/231; dated 11/19/03.
'Communication from China: S/C/W/234; dated 11/27/03.
gCommittee report detailing verbal statements made during meeting: S/C/M/69; meeting dated 12/5/03.
GAO-05-209R U.S.-China Trade
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United States. Government Accountability Office. U.S.-China Trade: Summary of 2003 World Trade Organization Transitional Review Mechanism for China, text, January 25, 2005; Washington D.C.. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc301428/m1/78/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.