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Despite the fast growth and rising importance of digital trade, there still exists no multilateral agreement governing digital trade. Significant differences in policy directions regarding key digital trade issues among the U.S., EU and China are the main stumbling blocks for reaching agreement on the multilateral front. To overcome this deficiency in digital trade rules, there has been active movement among mainly countries in the Asia-Pacific region for rule-making on digital trade. Starting with the CPTPP chapter on E-Commerce in 2018, there has been a series of digital trade rules agreed in bilateral or plurilateral formats, such as the USMCA, USJDTA, DEPA, DEA and RCEP. Korea is currently only member of RCEP, which contains an e-commerce chapter with lower levels of commitment as compared to other digital trade agreements. This paper provides a broad analysis of the recently concluded digital trade agreements, comparing the different coverage of rules, levels of commitment, and rules templates. The analysis aims to provide implications for the desirable direction of rule-making on digital trade and Korea’s digital trade strategy. #Digital Trade #Rules #Regional Trade Agreements #Asia-Pacific Region #Digital Trade Policy

Abstract
Ⅰ. 서론
Ⅱ. 선행연구
Ⅲ. 주요국의 디지털 무역 관련 정책
Ⅳ. 디지털 무역 협정을 통한 국제규범화 동향
Ⅴ. 디지털 무역 규범화 동향의 특징과 쟁점
Ⅵ. 결론
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