. . . . Contracting Parties: Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Liechtenstein, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United States, United States. The Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) is a draft trade agreement between 23 parties, including the European Union and the United States. The aim of the agreement is to liberalise commercial services such as banking, health and transport. TiSA covers more than 70% of the global services economy. In the EU, the services sector accounts for more than 75% of employment and GDP[2]. TiSA was an American initiative.

It was proposed by a group of countries called Really Good Friends of Services at a meeting in Geneva. All meetings at which TiSA`s conditions were discussed were also held in Geneva. Most of the changes to tiSA were made by the EU and the US. The founding of TiSA began in February 2012. [1] Первоначально участниками соглашения являлось 16 сторон, позднее их количество возросло до. Поскольку в состав Евросоюза входит 28 стран, всего участниками соглашенияя являются боле е е ттра е 50 сттра[3]. Sign up or sign up (for free and only take a few minutes) to participate in this question. They also have access to many other tools and opportunities that have been developed for those who have (or are interested in) language jobs. Participation is free and the website has a strict privacy policy….