ASEAN In Focus
- ASEAN Trade Barriers Fall, but Will Political Barriers Follow? Hunt, Luke // World Politics Review;4/14/2010, p2
The author comments on the decline of trade barriers implemented by the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and whether political barriers would also follow this trend. The conclusion of the 16th ASEAN summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, was characterized by a pledge to expand implementation...
- Neuer Protektionismus - Gefahren fï¿½r den Freihandel. Gr�schl, Jasmin // ifo Schnelldienst;8/17/2012, Vol. 65 Issue 15, p35
In Zeiten des wirtschaftlichen Abschwungs greifen immer mehr Staaten zu weitreichenden pro-tektionistischen Maï¿½nahmen. Global Trade Alert spricht von einem Debakel und warnt, dass in den letzten Jahren weit mehr Handelsbarrieren eingefï¿½hrt wurden als angenommen. Die Folgen des...
- Euroquake. Burstein, Daniel // Business Book Review Library;1991, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p1
Euroquake is an analysis of the critical competitive challenges now facing America vis-a-vis the economic ascendance of both Europe and Japan. Central to Bursteinâ€™s treatise are the progress and implications of EC 1992. Euroquake, however, differs from many such discussions in that it...
- The world isn't flat. // India Today;5/1/2010, p28
The article reveals how protectionist practices, concern for the environment and terrorist attacks by developed countries have made international trade for India more complicated. A major concern is the non-tariff barriers (NTBs) to protect their domestic producers and technical barriers to...
- Income inequality and choice of free trade in a model of... Fischer, Ronald D.; Serra, Pablo // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Feb96, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p41
This paper explains why developed countries impose more trade barriers on middle-income countries than on either poor or other developed countries. We use a median voter model of the choice between trade and autarky embedded within an intraindustry trade model similar to Krugman. Our main result...
- UAE: Country Conditions: Climate for Trade. // Political Risk Yearbook: UAE Country Report;2003, p45
Looks at the climate for trade and business in the United Arab Emirates as of December 2002. Tariff and non-tariff barriers; Taxes and fees assessed on imports; International agreements entered into by the country; Membership with the World Trade Organization.
- Sri Lanka: Country Conditions: Climate for Trade. // Political Risk Yearbook: Sri Lanka Country Report;2003, p45
Presents information on the economic conditions of Sri Lanka. Tariff and non-tariff trade barriers; Taxes and fees assessed on imports; International trade agreements.
- KENYA: Country Conditions: Climate for Trade. // Political Risk Yearbook: Kenya Country Report;2006, p47
Presents an overview of the climate for trade in Kenya. Tariff and non-tariff barriers; International trade agreements; Membership of the country in the 20-country Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa.
- OMAN: Country Conditions: Climate for Trade. // Political Risk Yearbook: Oman Country Report;2006, p43
Presents an overview of the climate for trade in Oman. Tariff and non-tariff barriers; International trade agreements; Membership of the country in the Gulf Cooperation Council Customs Union.