1 NEGOCIACIONES COMERCIALES MULTILATERALES RESTRICTED MTN.TNC/W/53/Rev.2 4 de febrero de 1991 RONDA URUGUAY n.,.... Distribución especial Comité de Negociaciones Comerciales Original : inglés/ francés COMUNICACIÓN DE LAS COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS Oferta condicional preliminar de las Comunidades Europeas en materia de compromisos iniciales sobre el comercio de servicios Revisión Se acompaña una oferta preliminar de compromisos iniciales en el marco dei futuro Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios presentada por las Comunidades Europeas. Esta oferta es condicional La Comunidad presenta esta oferta con objeto de facilitar los progresos en las negociaciones de esta semana. Su mantenimiento y su a juste dependerán dei logro de un resultado satisfactorio en estas negociaciones por lo que respecta tanto al Acuerdo General como a sus anexos. La propuesta se basa además en la hipótesis de que también se aprobará, como parte dei resultado de la Conferencia Ministerial, el proyecto de decisión referente a los procedimientos para la negociación de compromisos iniciales recogido en el documento MTN.TNC/W/35/Rev.l.* Francés e inglés solamente Distribuido en Ginebra con la signatura MTN.TNC/W/35 y Corr.l SECRETARIA DEL GATT UR
2 MTN.TNC/W/53/Rev.2 Página 2 OFERTA CONDICIONAL PRELIMINAR DE COMPROMISOS INICIALES SOBRE EL COMERCIO DE SERVICIOS PRESENTADA POR LAS COMUNIDADES EUROPEAS La Comunidad presenta la adjunta oferta preliminar de compromisos iniciales a efectos de negociación en el marco dei futuro Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios (GATS). Se formula con vistas a la entrada en vigor simultánea dei conjunto formado por el GATS, los anexos sectoriales y los compromisos iniciales. Esta oferta está condicionada al resultado de las negociaciones en curso sobre el GATS y sus anexos sectoriales.?,a Comunidad se reserva el derecho de retirarla en caso de que no se llegara a un resultado satisfactorio en la materia. La evaluación de ese resultado se basará en las siguientes consideraciones : El GATS ha de fundarse en la aplicación efectiva dei principio n.m.f., una cobertura sectorial universal y la consolidación de todos los organismos normativos, ya sean nacionales o subnacionales, gubernamentales o no gubernamentales. Las Partes han de asumir también el compromiso firme de no adoptar medidas que mejoren sus posiciones de negociación. La Comunidad ha expresado asimismo preocupaciones concretas en cuanto al tratamiento de las actividades que impliquen el ejercicio de la autoridad pública y el movimiento temporal de equipo necesario para el suministro de un servicio. Las observaciones que ha hecho la Comunidad con respecto a varios sectores, expresadas en distintas comunicaciones escritas y orales al GNS y sus grupos de trabajo, deberán atenderse debidamente por medio de anexos sectoriales sobre servicios financieros, telecomunicaciones, transporte y servicios audiovisuales. Además, la Comunidad supone que se incluirá también en el GATS un anexo satisfactorio sobre el movimiento de mano de obra. El contenido de la oferta en si es condicional y la Comunidad se reserva el derecho de modificarlo, ampliarlo o reducirlo. La disposición de la Comunidad a confirmar la oferta dependerá de la voluntad de sus interlocutores en la negociación de aceptar, teniendo en cuenta sus respectivos niveles de desarrollo, un nivel de compromiso comparable al propuesto por la Comunidad, tanto en lo que se refiere a los sectores sobre los que se asuman los compromisos como en lo que tiene que ver con la magnitud de la liberalización a que den lugar. La Comunidad espera también que sus interlocutores, de consuno con el planteamiento comunitario, estén dispuestos a contraer compromisos que representen un paso hacia la liberalización y no una desliberalización potencial. La Comunidad y sus Estados miembros mantienen actualmente ciertas medidas de reciprocidad. El hecho de que el GATS se base en una obligación de trato n.m.f. incondicional implicaria la renuncia a la posibilidad de
3 MTN.TNC/W/53/Rev.2 Página 3 recurrir en el futuro a dichas medidas. La disposición de la Comunidad a hacerlo dependerá de que haya dentro dei marco mecanismos adecuados para garantizar el debido equilibrio de compromisos en ciertos sectores y de que otros participantes asuman un nivel de compromiso satisfactorio. Por último, la Comunidad se reserva el derecho de rectificar esta oferta para tener en cuenta las inexactitudes que puedan resultar de lo limitado dei tiempo en que fue elaborada. Notas adicionales 1. En muchos casos la oferta se refiere a un compromiso de statu quo (""). En esos casos la Comunidad, salvo que se indique otra cosa, estarla dispuesta a consolidar el régimen vigente el 7 de diciembre de En algunos de dichos casos la inscripción en el cuadro indica que no hay limitaciones; esta afirmación es objeto actualmente de verificación final y puede modificarse en caso de que se compruebe la existencia efectiva de algunas restricciones. También es posible que sean necesarias algunas aclaraciones y/o modificaciones adicionales cuando ya existan indicaciones de alguna limitación. En todo caso, cualquier modificación se circunscribiria a la inscripción de las medidas que estuvieran en aplicación en la fecha de referencia. 2. La propuesta relativa al movimiento de personal que figura n la primera página dei cuadro ("ALL SECTORS") indica la disposición a contemplar cierto grado de compromiso en esta esfera. No obstante, a causa dei poco tiempo disponible para la preparación de la oferta y de las variaciones entre los regímenes aplicados en los diferentes Estados miembros de la Comunidad, no se formula una propuesta detallada en la materia. Los regímenes aplicables se indicarían en detalle en la Lista final de compromisos de la Comunidad, después de que se llevaran a cabo negociaciones en el año La nomenclatura utilizada es en general la que figura en el documento MTN.GNS/W/50, con excepciones relativas a los servicios financieros, el transporte, las telecomunicaciones y los servicios jurídicos y de gestión. 4. La forma de presentación de la oferta se ajusta al proyecto de lista adjunto al documento MTN.GNS/35 y no refleja los cambios introducidos en cuanto a modelo y nomenclatura en el documento MTN.TNC/W/35.
4 EC OPFER 1. Cross-border trade; 2. Movement of consumers; 3. Commercial presence; 4. Movement of personnel a, i Sector/sub-sector r All Sectors* - Limitations 3. So far as entry to the Community market in the form of establishment is concerned, this offer covers entry by a commercial presence in any form (subsidiary, branch, representative office, etc.) other than: - D: some limitation on real estate purchase by non-ec persons (to be completed) - GR: purchase of real estate by foreign, natural or juridical persons, limited in frontier zones. - r: direct investments realized by companies controlled by persons not part of the EC are subject to a prior declaration. Tacit authorization is given by the Ministry of Economy, Finances and the Budget, within a period of one month, unless the right of postponement for reasons of national interest is exercised. - P: authorization required for the subscription or acquisition of more than 20 per cent of the capital share of Portuguese companies, by natural or juridical persons non-residents or not having their corporate base within the EC. It is understood that the limitations and offers "all sectors" are applicable to each sector/sub-sector individually
5 - Offer 2. Restrictions on the export of foreign currency (E, IRL, GR.P) eliminated at end of 1992 (E, IRL) and at the latest end of 1995 (GP, P) 4. Subject to further consideration The provisions of the EEC Treaty (Art.38) generally confer Community treatment to subsidiaries of foreign companies formed in accordance with the law of a Member State and having their registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the Community. This treatment is not extended to branches established in a Member State by a non- Community company, but does not prevent a Member State from extending national treatment to branches established in another Member State by a non-community company as regards its operation in its territory. Subject to further consideration
6 » 00 Sector/sub-sector Business Services Rental/Leasing of Equipment without Crew - transport: cars, trucks, aircraft, ships, etc. non-transport: computers, construction/demolition, etc. Real Estate Services (not including rental of land) involving own or leased property
7 on a fee or contract basis (e.g. property evaluation, estate management, etc.) Installation and Assembly Work (other than construction) Maintenance and Repair of Equipment (excluding aircraft and fixed structures) 13 OQ» a> -j S -i z >-3 53 O s: en LO PO rt>
8 to 00 (D Sector/sub-seetor Professional Services* - Legal services Legal advice activities on home country law and international law Accountancy other than: D: to be completed L: to be completed P: to be completed E: to be completed GR: to be completed other than: D: to be completed L: to be completed P: to be completed E: to be completed GR: to be completed F: to be completed STANDSTILI other than: DK, GR: to be completed F: audit activities other than: DK, GR: to be completed F: conditions of nationality (to be completed) (to be completed) (D The supply of these services are in general subject to certain regulations and qualifications. or Code of Ethics. Certain professions are subject to rules Some of the activities covered by these services constitute the exercise of governmental functions and are therefore excluded from the purview of the Agreement (Article 1.3(b)).
9 - Architects other than: D: to be completed - Doctors and Dentists 1. Unbound other than: D, GR: to be completed F: conditions of nationality for doctors 1. Unbound - Veterinary Surgeons - Agriculture, forestry and fishing (to be completed) (to be completed) (to be completed) (to be completed) OQ Z H> ^ g O - U\ u> " ~-
10 P> H OQ Z (B >-3 0 Q "^ Mining and oil-field services en.!*> * " Management and administrative services (including management consultancy) Advertising Market research and opinion polling
11 Surveying and exploration services F: conditions of nationality for surveyors undertaking public works. Advisory and Consultative Engineering Services Industrial Engineering - Engineering Design?, o n> OQ (T> I- 1 I- 1 s H z -3 Z O ss Ol LO pore
12 OQ Z (0 ^j Q "~j - Urban Planning Services P» (0 * N Interior Design Services Computer-related services (including hardware-related consulting, installation, data processing) Software development (including software implementation)
13 Travel agencies and tour operators other than: B: travel agencies are required to have a permanent corporate base in Belgium. other than: B: investments, by companies that are not part of the EC, in travel agencies and the commercial presence thereof, are authorized provided the company can demonstrate that it has a permanent corporate base in Belgium. P: in order to allow the presence of a foreign travel agency, it has to be constituted under the form of a commercial company having its corporate base in Portugal with a minimum capital of 20 million Escudos totally subscribed and of which the sole corporate object is the pursuit of activities strictly related to travel agencies and tourism. The function of director of a travel agency can only be exercised by foreigners who have worked at least one year in a national agency and who speak the Portuguese language correctly.
14 Tourist Guides other than: I, E: the right to exercise the profession is reserved for the local organizations of tourist guides. E, GR, F, 1, P: access to the activity is subject to certain conditions of nationality. other than: E, GR, F, I, P: access to the activity is subject to certain conditions of nationality. *0 S 0> >-3 oo z fo >-3 ^ Q "~;» (D to - Economic and behavioural research
15 Labour recruitment and provision of personnel* other than: D, I: State monopoly - Security and transport of valuables 1. Limitations in all Member States except UK and IRL (to be completed) 3. Limitations in all Member States except UK and IRL (to be completed) 1. Limitations in all Member States except UK and IRL (to be completed) 3. Limitations in all Member States except UK and IRL (to be completed) - Public relations services 00 ro The service involved related to the supply of personnel already available on the labour market of the Community Member State concerned. fd
16 00 Sector/sub-sector - Photographic Services Business Services not included elsewhere - Cleaning of buildings and similar activities Waste disposal and processing
17 - Translation Services Exhibition Management Services Printing and Publishing other than: F: non-community participation is limited to 20 per cent of the capital share or of the voting rights in companies publishing works in the French language.
18 rj Í» oo ro Sector/sub-sector 00 Telecommunications* - value added services** from 1 January 1992 from 1 January 1992 from 1 January 1992 from 1 January packet and circuitswitched data services*** 1. from entry into force. as from 1 January 1996, subject to further consideration. 2. from entry into force. as from 1 January 1996, subject to further consideration. 3. from entry into force. as from 1 January 1996, subject to further consideration. 1. from entry into force as from 1 January from entry into force as from 1 January from entry into force as from 1 January 1996 other types of satellite 1. Subject to further consideration mobile services 2. Subject to further consideration 3. Subject to further consideration 1. Subject to further consideration 2. Subject to further consideration 3. Subject to further consideration *This offer is based on the draft annex, dated 19 November **This does not include voice telephony, telegraph and telex. ***The provision of these services may be subject to licensing requirements (Directive No. 90/388/EEC).
19 Audiovisual Services Non-cultural services Other Communication Services 1. Subject to further consideration 2. Subject to further consideration 3. Subject to further consideration 1. Subject to further consideration 2. Subject to further consideration 3. Subject to further consideration News and press agency services Construction and Related Engineering Services Progressive elimination of technical barriers in the Community market, product by product or range of products by range of products, according to the progress achieved in the harmonization of European standards. 2. Not applicable 2. Not applicable TJ (0 00 t> l-> vo S -î z H Z O 33 Ol LO porn
20 » 00 Sector/sub-sector M o Distribution Services* Merchanting (wholesale trade) Retail trade Agent fees and commissions related to distribution Excluding trade in arms, chemical products, explosives and precious metals
21 e i, r Sector/sub-sector Countertrading Services other than F: conditions of nationality TJ (D 00 fd N! H 1 K H Z H Z Ci s: Ul LO PO ro M
22 I» 00 Sector/sub-sector fd N> Education Services other than D, GR: to be completed fd other than D, GR: to be completed Health Related Services (not including personal care) Hospital Services and Other Sanitary Services Hotels and Restaurants (including catering) Unbound other than: B, F, L: the number of beds authorized is limited by a health services plan established on the basis of needs. B, F, L, P: equipment of heavy material is limited by a health services plan established on the basis of needs. GR: Limitation on establishment Unbound
23 Personal Services (not included elsewhere) - Bouse cleaning and maintenance services Nursing and other personal care services (including day-care) Leisure Services other than: F: not authorized for nurses other than: F: conditions of nationality for nurses Sporting and other recreational services (not including radio/film/ TV) other than cultural services (libraries, archives, museums and other cultural services) other than: E: foreign participation in capital of casinos cannot exceed 25 per cent. F: the exercise of the function of casino director is subject to conditions of nationality. GR, NL: casinos are public monopolies. o u> oo n N> LO S H Z -3 Z O a3 Ln LO po fo N>
24 » OQ CD Sector/sub-sector Banking and Other Services*(excluding insurance)** Unlike foreign subsidiaries, branches established directly in a Member State by a non-community company are not subject to prudential regulations harmonized at Community level which enable such subsidairies to benefit from enhanced facilities to set up new establishments and to provide cross-border services throughout the Community. Therefore such branches receive an authorization to operate under conditions equivalent to those applied to domestic companies which is limited in principle to the territory of the Member State concerned, and may be required to satisfy a number of prudential requirements such as separate capitalization and other solvency requirements, and reporting and publication of accounts requirements. ÍD other than: DK: information related to payments systems such as payment cards concerning persons residing in Denmark must be registered or data processed only in Denmark. other than: DK: residents who hold deposits abroad must file a declaration with the Central Bank; foreign securities of Danish bonds acquired abroad must be deposited in a Danish bank; securities may be held abroad in a foreign institution subject to reporting rules similar to those applied to deposit accounts held abroad [the need for a reservation on this item will depend on the final text of the agreement or of the annex]. This offer is based on the "Elements of a financial Annex" presented by the Chairman of the Working Group on Financial Services on 21 October 1990; the indication of limitations on cross-border services refers only to those cross-border services indicated in the unbracketed text of Articles XVI.A).2 and 3 of the text of 21 October Establishment, cross-border provision of financial services and operating conditions are subject to normal prudential considerations, such as capacity to provide financial services, reporting requirements and application of various solvency and liquidity requirements, etc.
25 Banking (cont'd) other than ***: DK - information related to payment systems such as payment cards concerning persons residing in Denmark must be registered or data processed only in Denmark. GR - participation by foreign investors in the share capital of a bank established in Greece is limited in principle to 40 per cent. IRL - the right of establishment does not cover the establishment of representative offices of foreign banks. IT - foreign shareholding in "banks of national interest" is restricted. E, IRL, P - the establishment of non-ec banks may be subject to a test of economic need. other than ***: All Member States - only firms having their registered office in the Community can act as depositories of the assets of investment funds (Articles 8.1 and 15.1 of the UCITS Directive, 85/611/EEC); B, UK - branches of foreign banks need a prior authorization to act as lead managers on underwritings of securities issued in local currency on local capital markets. NL - permission is needed for foreign banks to act as lead-managers of guilders-denominated issues. D - branches of foreign banks are not authorized to lead manage issues denominated in deutsche marks. IRL - citizenship requirement for more than half of the Board of Directors of banks. GR: the majority of the members of the Board of Directors of a bank established in Greece must be Greek nationals, residing in Greece. IRL: in the case of unit trusts and collective investment schemes constituted as variable capital companies (other than undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities), the trustees or depository, management company or investment company may be required to be incorporated in the State or in another Member State of the Community. The establishment of banks and/or other financial companies, or access to certain activities, is or may be subject to reciprocity requirements in nine Member States and according to Community legislation. As regards the non-application of these clauses, see paragraph 7 of the cover note.
26 Insurance and Insurance- Related Services*,** Unlike foreign subsidiaries, branches established directly in a Member State by a non-community insurance company are not subject to prudential regulations harmonized at Community level which enable such subsidiaries to benefit from enhanced facilities to set up new establishments and to provide cross-border services throughout the Community. Therefore such branches receive an authorization to operate under conditions equivalent to those applied to domestic insurance companies which is limited in principle to the territory of the Member State concerned, and are required to satisfy a number of prudential requirements such as specific guarantee requirements, a separate capitalization, and localization in the Member State concerned of the assets representing the technical reserves and one third of the solvency margin. 1. No other limitation than: D - compulsory air transport liability in insurance can be underwritten only by firms established in Germany. GR - (to be completed) IRL - (to be completed) E - Access to the actuarial profession is subject to a condition of residence. GR - Access to the actuarial profession is subject to specific qualifications (to be completed). 3. No other limitation than: IT - citizenship requirement for representation of insurance companies. 2. No other limitation than: (to be completed) This offer is based on the "Elements of a financial services Annex" presented by the Chairman of the Working Group on Financial Services on 21 October 1990; the indication of limitations on cross-border services refers only to those cross-border services indicated in the unbracketed text of Articles XVI.A).2 and 3 of the text of 21 October ** Establishment, cross-border provision of financial services and operating conditions are subject to normal prudential considerations, such as capacity to provide insurance services, reporting requirements, application of various solvency and liquidity requirements such as the need to maintain a solvency margin and a guarantee fund and a requirement to localize in the Member State of activity the assets representing the technical reserves related to the insurance activities carried out in its territory.
27 Insurance (cont'd) 3. No other limitations than ***: DK - only insurance companies, excluding individuals, may act as intermediaries for or assist in effecting direct insurance for persons resident in Denmark and for Danish ships or for property in Denmark, unless otherwise provided by rules laid down by the Minister of Industry. D - fire insurance business and insurance against certain other damages by natural forces can be carried out in some parts of its territory only by public institutions enjoying monopoly rights. GR, IRL, E - the right of establishment does not cover the creation of representative offices of insurance companies. P - the establishment of foreign insurance companies may be subject to a test of economic need. In eight Member States, and according to Community legislation, the establishment of insurance companies is or may be subject to a reciprocity requirement. As regards the non-application of these clauses, see paragraph 7 of the cover note.
28 Sector/sub-seetor TJ P> 00 (B NJ CD S >-i z -3 z o Transport Air transport (freight and passengers) including auxiliary services. Ol LO po CD ; to - Ground handling (subject to infrastructure capacities). (subject to infrastructure capacities) other than: F, IRL, I and NL: foreign airlines are not entitled to set up their own airport infrastructure. GR: to be completed - Sales and marketing other than: E, IRL, NL: foreign airlines are not entitled to supply ground handling services to other air companies. other than: DK: airport taxes are higher for non-european destinations. IRL: passengers handling charges are higher for non-european destinations. other than: E, IRL and NL: foreign airlines are not entitled to supply ground handling services to other air companies. GR: to be completed Computer reservations system
29 Maintenance and repair of aircraft Space Launching and Freight (including satellites) Pipelines (to be completed) - (to be completed) (to be completed) - (to be completed) D IB oo CD M >r> s -3 z -3 Z O 33 Ol LO po CD
30 T3 IB 00 CD Sector/sub-sector LO O Maritime Transport - Transport (freight and 1. Limitations as indicated under National Treatment* passengers) between the Community and third countries - 3. Unbound 1. No other limitaticn than: E, F, P: unilateral reservations of certain cargoes for vessels under their national flab Unbound (D Service auxiliary to transport - 2. Not applicable Not applicable - In maritime transport, in respect of cross-border trade, market access is not distinct from national treatment.
31 Land Transport (freight and passengers [including services auxiliary to transport]*) - Road transport** 1. Unbound as from 1 January 1993 (entry into force of the definitive cabotage system within the Community). 1. Unbound as from 1 January Rail transport Provision of combined transport service 1. Unbound - 1. Unbound - Inland waterways transport 1. Unbound 3. No other limitation than: EC Council Regulation No. 2119/85 submits application of the régime reserved by the Rhine Convention to specific nationality requirements. 1. Unbound - IB 00 CD Subject to further consideration. Undertakings to be completed if necessary in this respect. ** This sector is regulated on matters such as safety standards, qualifications, obligations imposed on the personnel, road traffic laws, protection of cthe integrity of the infrastructure... The level of standards required in this respect is generally getting higher.
32 Charter Services Leasing of vessels with crew (sea, road, air and space) (to be completed) (to be completed) (to be completed) (to be completed) *T> IB oo CD LO t0 K -3 Z -3 Z O «J Oí LO pore (to be completed) (to be completed)
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