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Title: The European Union preferential trade with developing countries. Total trade restrictiveness and the case of sugar
Authors: Conforti, Piero
Ford, Deep
Hallam, David
Rapsomanikis, George
Salvatici, Luca
Keywords: preferential trade
policy reform
Issue Date: 26-Apr-2007
Abstract: Preferential trade agreements are a central issue in the multilateral trade liberalization process. The extent to which such agreements are effective in improving market access for developing and developed countries is important because trade liberalization results in eroding their value to the beneficiary countries, expressed as export revenue. This paper focuses on the estimation of a theoretically founded bilateral aggregated measure of trade restrictiveness, the Mercantilistic Trade Restrict
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