The public market and trade agreements, economic analysis


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The public procurement market demand annually 10% of global GDP, or the equivalent of 80% of global trade. Both the WTO and regional trade agreements seek to liberalize the market in anticipation of tax savings and expansion of trade flows for all participants.

In Latin America, bilateral agreements with the EU, U.S. and Japan include commitments on the matter.