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Nov 01, 2012 - Staff Working Paper ERSD-2012-20 Date: 31 October 2012 World Trade Organization Economic Research and Statistics Division MARKET ACCESS PROVISIONS ON TRADE IN GOODS IN REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS by Jo-Ann Crawford WTO Manuscript date: October 2012 __________________________________________ Disclaimer: This is a working paper, and hence it represents research in progress. This paper contains the opinion o...
Jan 16, 2008 - % concessionary rate are limited to an all-up quota of 2,500 units, allocated on a "first come first served" basis; it is substantially under-utilized (Table AIII.2). There are bilateral tariff quotas on tea, betel nuts, and certain clothing with Sri Lanka, and reportedly on certain textile products
Feb 26, 2007 - -427.9 39.9 1.5 5,843 Dairy products 155 123 42.4 1.6-134.4 28.8 0.7 693 Coffee and tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. 300 294 18.8 0-163.8 19.7 1.0 14,722 Cut flowers and plants 62 62 4.3 0-19.2 4.4 1.0 2,276 Fruit and vegetables 437 437 16.2 0-300.8 22.1 1.4 19,933 Grains
Jun 24, 2009 - 45.1 1.0 4,038.6 Live animals and animal products 302 101.5 2.5-304 92.6 0.9 87.9 Dairy products 159 72.6 10-102 37.6 0.5 209.0 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. 572 40.2 2.5-105 16.5 0.4 593.8 Plants and cut flowers 135 16.7 2.5-49 14.0 0.8 40.1 Fruit and vegetables
Nov 11, 2009 - WT/TPR/S/223 Trade Policy Review Page i Niger and Senegal WT/TPR/S/223 Page i World Trade Organization RESTRICTED WT/TPR/S/223 7 October 2009 (09-4737) Trade Policy Review Body Original: French TRADE POLICY REVIEW Report by the Secretariat NIGER AND SENEGAL This report, prepared for the second Trade Policy Review of Niger and the third Trade Policy Review of Senegal, has been drawn up by the WTO Secretariat on its own responsibility. The Secretariat has...
Jun 09, 2001 - Table DS:2 0 Supporting Table DS:3 -- Supporting Tables DS:4 to DS:9 Incentives for agricultural livestock and fruit production 37.2 Assistance to small tea planters and metayers 28.9 Mexico milliones US$ millones de pesos de 1991 Supporting Table DS:1 0
Apr 14, 2014 - %. Africa was able to increase its imports even as its exports fell in 2013 due to continued high primary commodity prices. Although prices for metals, raw materials, and beverages (including coffee, tea and cocoa) have fallen in the last 2 years, oil prices have been remarkably steady, rising 1
Oct 20, 2014 - from abroad jumped nearly 10 per cent. Africa was able to increase its imports even as its exports fell in 2013 due to continued high prices for primary commodities. Although prices for metals, raw materials and beverages (including coffee, tea and cocoa) have fallen in the last two years, oil prices
Jul 09, 2013 - of finance. For example, these activities have included projects in Cameroon to promote the export of bananas and plantain, in West Africa to improve cotton and rice cultivation, in Rwanda to improve the quality of tea, in Ethiopia and Tanzania to improve the quality of coffee, in Bangladesh to upgrade
Dec 17, 2019 - multinational corporates, banks and UK Aid. By linking verifi ed product claims and producer identity data to an immediate fi nancing decision at the point of goods production, the system triggered a mechanism automatically to pay smallholder tea farmers in Unilever's Malawian supply chain many weeks earlier
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