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Raeisi L, Raei dahaghi M. Development of International Trade in Health Services in the Legal System of World Trade Organization. MLJ. 2019; 13 (49) :123-148
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-790-en.html
1- Branch of Najaf Abad, Islamic Azad University, NajafAbad, Iran. (Correspondingauthor)
2- Branch of Najaf Abad, Islamic Azad University, Najaf Abad, Iran
Abstract:  
The World Trade Organization, as one of the youngest international organizations following its 50th activity of predecessor means the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in the Multilateral Trade System, through the establishment of a General Agreement on Trade in Services, regulated the domain of International Trade in services and by designating Integrated legal framework for the advancement and development of international trade in health services sector has emerged as one of the fourteen sections of its international services, which has become increasingly important for both developing and developed countries in the past two decades. The present study, using the analytical-descriptive method of this finding, will determine that the General Agreement on Trade in Services as one of the main Agreements covered by the WTO law will play a significant role in the development of international trade in health services through a variety method of services supply and codification general and special legal obligations.

Please cite this article as: Shirmohammadi AR, Raeisi L, Raei Dahaghi M. Development of International Trade in Health Services in the Legal System of World Trade Organization. Iran J Med Law 2019; 13(49): 123-148.
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2018/02/21 | Accepted: 2019/01/7

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