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Trade in Services - Republic of Seychelles - Final list of article II (MFN) exemptions
日期:2015/07/01
作者:Seychelles
文件編號:GATS/EL/153
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republic of SEYCHELLES

Final List of Article II (MFN) Exemptions

(This is authentic in English only)

 

 

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republic of Seychelles - LIST OF ARTICLE II (MFN) EXEMPTIONS

 

Sector or sub-sector

Description of the measure indicating its inconsistency with Article II

Country or countries to which

the measures apply

Intended duration

Conditions creating the need for the exemption

All sectors

Commercial presence

 

Measures extending preferential treatment for commercial presence pursuant to bilateral investment treaties.

 

All countries that have signed or will sign bilateral investment treaties with Seychelles.

Indefinite

Foster investment in Seychelles.

Audiovisual services

 

 

Measures based upon co‑production agreements, which confer national treatment to audiovisual works covered by such agreements.

 

Countries with which bilateral or plurilateral agreements are in force, now or in the future,  in the area of cultural co-operation

Indefinite.

Development of cultural links and protection of cultural heritage.

Audiovisual services

Measures granting the benefit of support programmes to audiovisual works meeting certain origin criteria.

 

Countries with which bilateral or plurilateral agreements are in force, now or in the future, in the area of cultural co-operation.

Indefinite.

Development of cultural links and protection of cultural heritage.

Audiovisual services

 

Measures which extend National Treatment to audiovisual works, including television and radio programs, which meet certain origin criteria, regarding access to broadcasting and other similar forms of transmission.

 

Countries with which bilateral or plurilateral agreements are in force, now or in the future, in the area of cultural co-operation.

Indefinite.

Development of cultural links and protection of cultural heritage.

 

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