The competitiveness of firms in open economies is increasingly determined by access to low-cost and high-quality producer services. This paper discusses channels through which openness to trade in services may increase productivity at the level of the economy as a whole, industries and the firm, what can be done to enhance production and export of services and how to design policy reforms to open services markets to greater foreign participation.
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