Fixing Trade Facilitation: The Trillion-Dollar Development Windfall

March 1, 2014

Trade facilitation, or the improvement of trade regulatory mechanisms to reduce barriers and costs to global business, is a big opportunity for limited international dollars. Trade facilitation is unfinished business and the Bali agreement allows us to finish the job while offering a “win win” pay off for developed and developing countries.

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Topics: BALI AGREEMENT

Regions: CENTRAL AMERICA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Authors: DANIEL F. RUNDE

Publishing Institution: CENTER FOR STRATEGIC AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

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