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Mar 05, 2004 - restrictions in key services (e.g. insurance and banking) and investment incentives. Poor export performance reflected mainly domestic supply and security problems as well as adverse developments affecting Sri Lanka's main exports. Prices for tea and garments, its main exports, have declined
The Role of Competition in Explaining Law of One Price DeviationsWe thank Ana Balsa, Andrew Bernard, Irene Brambilla, Ariel Burstein, Lorenzo Caliendo, Joaquín Coleff, Walter Cont, Juan Dubra, Charles Engel, Nicolás González-Pampillón, Ignacio Presno, Roberto Rigobon, and Christian Ruzzier as well as participants at the ``Jornadas de Economía del Banco Central del Uruguay,'' the 21th LACEA Meeting, the RIDGE TFD forum, and the XVIII World Congress of the International Economic Association for their helpful comments and suggestions. A previous version of the paper circulated as ``Law of One Price, Distance, and Borders.'' A detailed description of the methodology for creating the database is available at https://leandrozipitria.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/technical_note.pdf. Full disclosure: Zipitría worked as an antitrust advisor for Milotur SA (CCU Uruguay), the owner of the local brand ``Nix'' in the soft drink market. Nevertheless, the authors declare that they have no relevant or material financial interests that relate to the research described in this paper.
Sep 19, 2018 - Uruguay 0.5 kilos Local Tea Hornimans Box (10 units) Local Tea La Virginia Box (10 units) International Tea Lipton Box (10 units) Local Shampoo Fructis 0.35 liters Local Shampoo Sedal 0.35 liters International Shampoo Suave 0.93 liters International Soap Astral 0.125 kilos Local Soap Palmolive
Jun 11, 2010 - goods. However, customs duties on agricultural products considered to be essential, such as wheat flour, were increased to 5% in 2007 to encourage domestic production, while the tariff rate on vegetables, meat offal, fish, milk (in granules), coffee, tea, nuts, and spices was raised to 25% in 2009
Oct 22, 2014 - with its limited tariff binding coverage at high rates. 7. While import and export permit requirements have been reduced over the review period, the import permit system is being used to protect domestic producers of a few agricultural products; tea, chicken and pork. Imports of onions and potatoes
WTO | 2019 News items - DDG Wolff: Eight reasons for optimism about the future of the multilateral trading system
Mar 13, 2019 - eight basic ancient trade routes: most famously, the silk road and the spice route; as well as a route for incense, amber beads, tea, salt, trans-Sahara for gold, slaves, salt and cloth, and, as noted, tin.(10) Standing in Samarkand, as I was three weeks ago, there is no doubt that trade was ingrained
WTO | News - Speech - DG Pascal Lamy - Actions that result in stability must be pursued, Lamy tells agriculture conference
Apr 03, 2017 - are true. India raised a bit of its tea tariff from five per cent to nine per cent, whereas their band tariff is probably 30 or 35. So not a big sin. Okay it's more than just keeping where it is, but not to a big magnitude. Russia you're absolutely right. Russia
Apr 03, 2017 - are therefore aimed at securing markets for new products (namely tea, tobacco and cotton), in addition to markets for the traditional exports. Trade negotiations are also aimed at obtaining the co-operation of trading partners on the technical and financial assistance required to meet
Jul 14, 2011 - for major sectors such as textiles, clothing, and motor vehicles. Remaining quantitative import restrictions were not a significant trade barrier with almost all such restrictions having been removed. Restrictions on black tea would be tariffied and local content requirements
Apr 03, 2017 - in world prices of most of Uganda's traditional exports (coffee, cotton, tea and tobacco) over the last few years have contributed to a fall in export earnings, despite the upward trend in the share of non-traditional exports (e.g. floricultural products, fruit
Apr 03, 2017 - , clothing, and motor vehicles. Remaining quantitative import restrictions were not a significant trade barrier with almost all such restrictions having been removed. Restrictions on black tea would be tariffied and local content requirements on this product removed
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