Economic Impact and Implications for Jordan of the U.S.–Jordan Free Trade Agreement
AbstractAssesses the U.S.–Jordan FTA and assess its impact on trade in goods and services of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (Jordan), with a view to examining the following specific areas: (a) The comparative advantage of Jordan in exports of goods and services to the U.S. market, relative to other countries in the Middle East region; (b) the effect of FTA-related tariffs, rules of origin, and other market access conditions on Jordanian exporting companies; (c) the impact of the FTA on the bilateral trade in services between Jordan and the United States.
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Date of creation: Feb 2001
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Jordan; free trade agreement; competitiveness;
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