Another critical development of the international legislation on the commerce of services was the creation of the General Agreement on Commerce of Servios (GATS). The system was initiated in 1994, during ‘ ‘ Uruguai’ round; ‘ of negotiations of the OMC. The GATS significantly extended the covering of the system of multicultural commerce through the establishment of rules and disciplines on politics that affect the access to the importation services exportation. Looking at for the measures of liberalization of the services for more than fifteen years after the Uruguay Round, perceives that more than one decade is a very short time for the negotiation of a picture favorable to the international trade. In the Agenda of Doha, for example, the sector of services of the international trade has received surprising little attention.
Great part of the negotiations and the public speech it has found in protectionistic politics in agriculture. Thus, the rules that improve the services of importation and exportation and a structure that the liberalization of the sector of services allows and promotes were and are important elements of the commercial agenda. For the fruitful negotiations, the countries must recognize the mutual interests in the reciprocal liberalization, supported for the more including international cooperation. The developing countries must see the advantages of international agreements to increase the competition in the importation services and exportation, to increase the credibility of the internal reform, and to strengthen the domestic regulation. The global cooperation is necessary to give support to the developing countries. In according to place, industrials and developing countries they must see the advantages to allow the temporary circulation of rendering of individual services. To facilitate the circulation of this