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Using Supply Chain Analysis to Examine the Costs of Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) and the Benefits of Trade Facilitation
Michael J. Ferrantino (au)
It has become increasingly common to produce goods in a number of geographically dispersed stages linked by international trade. This report shows that this tendency has important implications for the analysis of NTMs and trade facilitation. First, different types of NTMs or trade facilitation issues are naturally associated with different stages in the movement of goods. Second, NTMs may accumulate in long supply chains, implying that their trade-distorting effects are greater for goods produced in a fragmented manner than for goods with simple production processes. There is evidence that trade costs are more important for high technology goods or goods undergoing several stages of processing. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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