Really Good Friends

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The so-called Really Good Friends (RGF) club is a sub-group of members of the World Trade Organization formed in 2012 to discuss the possibility of a services liberalization agreement.[1] Most members of the 'Really Good Friends' group are top global economies which account for the bulk of world trade, with the EU and the US representing 40%.[2] The participating countries started crafting the proposed Trade in Services Agreement in February 2012.

The original members of the RGF group were:

Singapore left the RGF Group and the following members joined in late 2012:


External links[edit]

  • Škoba, Laine. "Trade in services: towards a plurilateral agreement" (PDF). Library Briefing. Library of the European Parliament. Retrieved 17 July 2013.