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Publications in English

  1. September 2010 | Rapporter | English

    Mutual Recognition of AEO Programmes

    Supply Chain Security and Trade Facilitation – Progress Report Fall 2010

    The report is intended as a follow-up of the report Supply Chain Security Initiatives: A Trade Facilitation Perspective from 2008, but the Board has chosen to pay particular attention to an area where development has been rapid, and which the Board considers to be of great importance for continued trade facilitation. In the report, the development of AEO programmes over recent years in a selection of important economies is described.

  2. Mars 2010 | Rapporter | English

    At your service

    The Importance of Services for Manufacturing Companies and Possible Trade Policy Implications

    This case study of Sandvik Tooling (a part of the Swedish manufacturer, Sandvik Group) shows that the company needs over 40 different services to establish and uphold their supply chain. This is almost half of the services covered in the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS). Additionally, Sandvik Tooling supply about 15 different services themselves.

    Also available in Swedish version 

  3. Mars 2010 | Rapporter | English

    Servicification of Swedish Manufacturing

    Detta är den första av kollegiets rapporter om förhållandet mellan varor och tjänster, i både produktion och handel. Efter en inledande diskussion om förändringar i tillverkningsindustrin analyserar vi tjänsters roll i svensk tillverkningsindustrin. Vi finner att företagen använder, producerar, säljer och exporterar alltmer tjänster – industrin tjänstefieras.

  4. Oktober 2009 | Rapporter | English

    Open Trade or Protectionism?

    Developments in trade policy since 1995

    Globally, the growth of international trade is outpacing production, and investments are increasing more rapidly still. This study by the Swedish National Board of Trade shows that the twelve years following 1995 saw a period of increased openness and free trade. Meanwhile, progress in trade policy has been limited in recent years. A common impression obtained from various investigations is that support for protectionism is on the rise, perhaps as an effect of globalization.

  5. Augusti 2009 | Rapporter | English

    Trade Facilitation and Swedish Experiences

    The National Board of Trade has the task of promoting a free trade with transparent rules. Our work thus aims at minimising all kinds of obstacles to trade. Trade facilitation is an important part of this - and increasingly so with decreasing levels for tariffs. Trade facilitation is hence becoming an increasingly important tool for development. 

  6. Juni 2009 | Rapporter | English

    Adding Value to the European Economy

    - How Anti-Dumping can Damage the Supply Chains of Globalised European Companies. Five Case Studies from the Shoe Industry

    The aim of this study is to examine whether anti-dumping measures, traditionally used against industrial goods like steel, are suited for modern globalised trade with consumer goods. We show, using five cases from the shoe industry, that European companies are damaged, not protected, by anti-dumping

  7. Maj 2009 | Rapporter | English

    Climate Measures and Trade

    Legal and Economic Aspects of Border Carbon Adjustment

    This study focuses on the legal and economic aspects of a border carbon tax or a carbon regulation requiring participation in a domestic cap-and-trade system, referring to both as border carbon adjustment. It examines what literature has to say about the legal implications and looks into the arguments given for introducing border carbon adjustments.

  8. Augusti 2008 | Rapporter | English

    Supply Chain Security Initiatives

    A Trade Facilitation Perspective

    The number of security initiatives that exert an influence on international trade has increased continuously after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The requirements placed on the international supply chain are increasing steadily and it is becoming all the more difficult to obtain an exhaustive picture of the entire system of security requirements. The Swedish Trade Procedures Council (SWEPRO), which is a Swedish forum for cooperation on trade procedures, has established that there is a need for comprehensive information on the security initiatives and the effects they have on international trade. This report, produced by the Swedish National Board of Trade, is a response to this need. The report contains a survey of the most important initiatives, some of the economic studies that have been made on the subject, and a detailed comparison between security initiatives in the USA and EU.

  9. Maj 2008 | Rapporter | English

    Deals on Wheels

    The Harmonisation of Vehicle Regulations

    This study fills two primary functions: to serve as stock-taking excercise of international hamonisation of vehicle regulations and analyse the effectiveness of the current system. The overview of the status of the harmonisation consists of an introduction to two multilateral agreements - the 1958 Agreement and the 1998 Agreement of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe - as well as a look at the vehicle regulations in seven economies: China, The EU, India, Japan Russia, South Korea and the US. 

  10. Maj 2008 | Rapporter | English

    The WTO decision on compulsory licensing

    On August 30, 2003, the World Trade Organization, WTO, accepted a set of new rules intended to improve access to medicines in developing countries. In this study, the National Board of Trade analyses whether this new set of rules can enable import of patented medicines to developing countries. There is a yearly review of the new rules in the Council for TRIPS in the WTO but so far it has not been a substantive review of the new system as such. 

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