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S/CSS/W/38, December 22, 2000. ———. Council for Trade in Services. ‖ 9TN/S/W/28, February 11, 2005. SECTION 2. , architecture, engineering, and construction); and ―horizontal‖ measures that have a particularly significant impact on environmental services supply, such as those that pertain to a country‘s general investment regime. The Section also provides a brief overview of recent efforts to liberalize environmental services trade, including proposals made by WTO members within the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) negotiations that highlight classification issues and barriers in related-service sectors.
S/CSS/W/118, November 30, 2001. ———. Council for Trade in Services Special Session. 1, June 24, 2005. ———. Council for Trade in Services Special Session. 1, June 14, 2005. ———. Council for Trade in Services Special Session. 1, June 17, 2005. ———. Council for Trade in Services Special Session. ‖ TN/S/O/PAK, May 30, 2005. ———. Council for Trade in Services Special Session. 1, June 28, 2005. ———. ―Trade Policy Review: China,‖ June 12 and 14, 2012. htm. Environmental and Related Services 37 SECTION 3.
Conversely, the demand for water drops when the economy slows and commercial and industrial activity declines. General climate conditions as well as fluctuations in the weather also have a discernible impact on the demand for water, with warm or dry weather typically requiring more water for cooling and irrigation. 109 The demand for wastewater services largely derives from water consumption patterns, so it, too, is influenced by changes in population, economic activity, and the weather. 110 Recent Trends in the Water Industry Rapidly aging infrastructure, lack of investment capital, and the growing participation of private-sector entities have all affected the global water and wastewater services industry in recent years.