General Agreement on Trade In Services (Gats) dan Kedaulatan Hukum di Bidang Ekonomi
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As an international obligation GATS will influence the measures that affect trade in services taken by the Government. However, the GATS do not eliminate the sovereignty of Indonesian law to regulate economic activities (trade in services) through national law. GATS is carried out with due regard to national interests, national objectives, and level of need and the level of economic development of member countries. Mechanism of protection through specific of commitment (SOC) is remaining to give authority to the Government to establish the requirements and special restrictions in trade in services by using domestic regulations. In order that measures taken by the government is consistent with the GATS it is necessary to synchronize and regulatory reform, one of them by using the regulatory assessment impact approach. In addition, it is need to continue the efforts to improve business climate for improving the competitiveness of the domestic services industry.