WTO/GATS and Issues of Trade and Cooperation in Chinese Higher Education

Authors: Xiaoyang Wang1, Fazal Rizvi2

Affiliation: (1) Tsinghua University;
Affilication (2) University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA


Abstract: China became a member of WTO in 2001, but its influence on higher education in China is rarely discussed. This article mainly tries to describe the possible consequences of commitment to GATS by developing countries and quality and opportunities of this kind of trade for developing countries like China. Several good suggestions have been offered as the conclusion.

Key words: WTO; CATS; Higher education in China

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