(e) are not compatible with Article II, provided that the difference in treatment is the result of an agreement to avoid double taxation or provisions to avoid double taxation in another international agreement or agreement to which the member is bound. The GATS agreement has been criticized for replacing the authority of national law and justice with that of an GATS dispute resolution body that holds closed hearings. Spokespeople for WTO government members have an obligation to reject this criticism because they had previously pledged to recognize the benefits of the dominant trade principles of competition and "liberalization. 4. Each member responds promptly to any specific request from another member for information regarding any of its general or international measures covered in paragraph 1. Each member also establishes one or more investigative bodies to provide specific information to other members who request them on all these issues and on the issues subject to the notification obligation in paragraph 3. These investigative bodies will be created within two years of the entry into force of the WTO agreement (known as the WTO agreement in this agreement). For the various members of developing countries, it may be agreed that there is some flexibility as to how long these investigative bodies should be established. Applications should not be custodians of laws and regulations.
(b) Notwithstanding paragraph 6, an agreement of the type covered in paragraph 1, in which only developing countries participate, may benefit from more favourable treatment of legal entities who are owned or controlled by individuals in such an agreement or who are controlled by them. 2. A member who is a party to an agreement or agreement of the type covered in paragraph 1, whether existing or future agreements, offers other interested members the appropriate opportunity to negotiate their accession to such an agreement or agreement or to negotiate similar agreements with it. When a member grants recognition independently, it allows any other member to demonstrate that the achievements of teaching, experience, licensing or certification or certification in that territory of the other Member States should be recognised. (a) exempt citizens of the contracting parties from residence and work permit requirements; (b) inform the Services Trade Council, where possible, in advance of the opening of negotiations on an agreement or arrangement of the type covered in paragraph 1, in order to give any other Member a sufficient opportunity to express its interest in participating in the negotiations before they enter an essential phase; 6. A service provider of another member, who is a legal entity incorporated under the law of a party within the meaning of a contract covered by paragraph 1, is entitled to treatment under this agreement, provided that he performs important activities on the territory of the parties to such an agreement. b) Members who are parties to an agreement under paragraph 1, which is implemented on a timetable, regularly report to the Services Trade Council on its implementation. The Council may set up a working group to review these reports if it believes that such a working group is necessary. Some activist groups believe that GATS risks undermining the ability and authority of governments to regulate commercial activities within their own borders, which will lead to the flight of power from the commercial interests of citizens. In 2003, the GATSwatch network published a critical opinion, supported by more than 500 organizations in 60 countries.  At the same time, countries are not required to enter into international agreements such as the GATS.