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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ainur Kozhageldi
International Legal Regulation of Trade in Services within the Framework of EAEU
7
2018
This research work discusses the issues of liberalization of trade in services, the principles and rules of formation of a single market for services within the framework of the Eurasian economic union, as well as the problems of correlation of legal regimes of WTO and EAEU.

In particular, this work is devoted to a comparative legal analysis of the legal sources of EAEU law, which regulates trade in services, as well as provisions of GATS and other regional trade agreements.

The subject of the study includes the norms of international agreements, the Treaty of EEAU, the legal acts of EEAU bodies, international treaties within the framework of EAEU, as well as court practices of EAEU and WTO.

As a result of this research work, the principles and mechanisms of the liberalization of trade in services are defined, and the main aspects of the correlation between the legal regimes of WTO and EAEU are established.

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