Beyond trade facilitation: impact of the domestic business environment on export competitiveness in Asia and the Pacific
In: Rising Non-Tariff Protectionism and Crisis Recovery
AbstractThis paper evaluates the potential contribution of both trade and non-trade specific business facilitation measures to trade and export competitiveness, as well as the potential gains from adopting a more integrated and coherent approach to trade and business (investment) facilitation.
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Trade costs; facilitation; APEC; ASEAN; goods;
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