Print up liked this page. Those engaged in the trade of goods and services, investors, business visitors, contractual service providers, and intra-corporate transferees are given easier access for temporary cross-border stay. AFAS is recognized as a good practice, negotiated through government-to-government arrangements, facilitating regional mobility, allowing for the mutual protection of interests of the migrants and of sending and receiving states. GFMD Roundtable 2. Skip to main content.
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Travel, transport, and other business services dominate the export and import of services of ASEAN in general. Services sectors have also been traditionally the largest recipient of Foreign Direct Investments FDI into the region. This transfer is made in order to ensure coherence its works related to investment in the manufacturing, agriculture, fishery, forestry, and mining and quarrying sectors. Through the AEC Blueprint, ASEAN formalised and stepped up its effort to further liberalise towards the goal of free flow of services, according to the bi-annual targets and thresholds laid out under this AEC Blueprint as well as additional parameters set forth by the Ministers.
Pursuant to Article 7 of this Agreement, initial discussions to review and update the schedules of commitments under this Agreement has started. MRAs are enabling tools to allow mutual recognition of qualifications of professional services suppliers by signatory ASEAN Member States to facilitate mobility of professional services providers in the region.
Further details on the three MRAs related to the healthcare sector i. AQRF is a common reference framework to compare qualifications throughout all education and training sectors across all AMS. Further information is available on the AQRF page here.
What Has Been Achieved?
7 packages of commitments under the AFAS