The International Dimension of Regulatory Reform with Applications to Egypt
As tariffs and quotas have gradually declined, the importance of regulation as a source of trade distortions has increased. Consequently, trade negotiations and the enforcement of trade treaties have increasingly focused on regulatory policies. This essay discusses the role of regulatory reform as part of trade liberalization policy, with illustrations drawn from the recent experiences of Egypt.
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