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In 2006 the EU revised again its Generalised System of Preferences scheme which provides preferential access to developing country exports to the EU market. This paper ex [...]
2008 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Rules governing food production and trade are more and more stringent as regards safety. This is particularly the case of pesticides used in agriculture which may cause h [...]
2013-03 | Journal Article |
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En matière de sécurité sanitaire, les règles qui gouvernent la production et le commerce des aliments sont de plus en plus contraignantes. Dans le cas des pesticides [...]
2013-03 | Journal Article |
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This paper analyses the role that quality standards and innovation play on trade volume, by using a gravity model. The role of innovative activity and quality standards i [...]
2015-12 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper looks into the general system of preferences of the European Union (EU) (henceforth referred to as the EU GSP system). In order to account for new EU trade agr [...]
2015 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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La plupart des pays taxent leurs importations. Au niveau mondial, ces taxes (ou droits de douane ou encore tarifs) sont réglementées par des accords de commerce régis [...]
2009-06 | Journal Article |
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Most countries tax their imports. At the global level, those taxes (or customs duties or tariffs) are ruled by the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements. These tariff [...]
2009-06 | Journal Article |
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The impact of food safety standards on international trade has already been addressed. Generally, economists try to assess trade losses borne by exporters when importing [...]
2011 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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