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The Impact of Rules of Origin on Trade

– a Comparison of the EU’s and the US’s Rules for the Textile and Clothing Sector

The aim of this report is to examine the effects of rules of origin. We discuss the importance of the design of the rules, for preferential agreements to make a difference. The evident objective of non-reciprocal trade agreements is to stimulate exports from developing countries to industrialised markets. However, actual exports using the preferential arrangements do not increase as one could expect or at least hope for.

  • Titel: The Impact of Rules of Origin on Trade – a Comparison of the EU’s and the US’s Rules for the Textile and Clothing Sector
  • Utgiven: 2012
  • Språk: English
  • Format: PDF
  • Författare: Kommerskollegium
  • Antal sidor: 41
  • ISBN: 978-91-86575-34-2

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