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Effects of the Uruguay Roundon Egypt and Morocco [electronic resource] Subramanian, Arvind.

Author/Creator:
Subramanian, Arvind.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1996.
Series:
IMF eLibrary
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 96/7.
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper No. 96/7
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (46 p.)
Local subjects:
Aggregate demand.
Agreement on trade.
Agricultural export.
Agricultural export subsidies.
Agricultural imports.
Agricultural liberalization.
Antidumping procedures.
Applied tariff.
Average tariff.
Average tariffs.
Balance of payments.
Changes in trade.
Clothing exports.
Commodity export.
Commodity prices.
Commodity trade.
Competitive position.
Competitive pressure.
Competitive pressures.
Developing country exports.
Dispute settlement.
Dispute settlement procedures.
Domestic law.
Domestic market.
Domestic price.
Domestic prices.
Domestic production.
Domestic subsidies.
Domestic suppliers.
Duty free.
Duty-free treatment.
Dynamic benefits.
Economic cooperation.
Elasticity of substitution.
Elimination of tariffs.
Equilibrium model.
Export and domestic subsidies.
Export data.
Export market.
Export market shares.
Export markets.
Export opportunities.
Export performance.
Export products.
Export prospects.
Export quota.
Export quotas.
Export subsidies.
Export subsidy.
Export supply.
Exportable sectors.
Exporter.
Exporters.
Exporting country.
External liberalization.
Factor endowments.
Gas exports.
Import barriers.
Import costs.
Import demand.
Import liberalization.
Import prices.
Import quantity.
Import restrictions.
Import side.
Import tariffs.
Import value.
Importing countries.
Importing country.
Imports of textiles.
Income elasticities.
Increased exports.
Indirect tax.
Intellectual property.
Intellectual property rights.
International standards.
International trade.
International trade policies.
International trading.
Liberalization commitments.
Liberalization efforts.
Liberalization of trade.
Liberalization of trade in goods.
Merchandise exports.
Merchandise imports.
Most-favored-nation.
Multilateral agreements.
Multilateral framework.
Multilateral rules.
Multilateral trade.
Multilateral trade negotiations.
National treatment.
Nontariff barriers.
Nontradable goods.
Oil exports.
Open economies.
Open economy.
Partial equilibrium.
Patent protection.
Preference erosion.
Preferential access.
Preferential margins.
Preferential tariffs.
Preferential treatment.
Quantitative import restrictions.
Quantitative restrictions.
Quota rents.
Round agreement.
Rules on subsidies.
Share of exports.
Tariff change.
Tariff changes.
Tariff cut.
Tariff cuts.
Tariff equivalent.
Tariff levels.
Tariff lines.
Tariff preferences.
Tariff rate.
Tariff rates.
Tariff reduction.
Tariff reductions.
Tariff reform.
Tariff revenue.
Tariff schedule.
Tariff schedules.
Terms of trade.
Total export.
Total exports.
Trade changes.
Trade classification.
Trade data.
Trade flows.
Trade in services.
Trade liberalization.
Trade losses.
Trade model.
Trade negotiations.
Trade policies.
Trade regime.
Trade regimes.
Trade restrictions.
Trade-related investment.
Trade-related investment measures.
Trading partner.
Trading partners.
Trading system.
Transfer of technology.
Transition period.
Trips agreement.
Unit labor costs.
Value of imports.
Volume of trade.
World economy.
World market.
World price.
World prices.
World trade.
World trade organization.
World trading system.
Egypt.
Morocco.
Uruguay.
Summary:
This paper presents simple computational techniques to examine a variety of effects of the Uruguay Round on developing country trade flows. These methods are applied to the cases of Egypt and Morocco to simulate the implications of the Round for their medium-term balance of payments. The analysis takes into account most-favored-nation tariff cuts, preference erosion, liberalization of trade in textiles and clothing, and potential increases in world food prices. The simulation results indicate that the overall balance of payments implications of the Uruguay Round for these countries, while negative, may not be very significant.
Notes:
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Shiells, Clinton R.
Subramanian, Arvind.
Uimonen, Peter.
Other format:
Print Version:
ISBN:
1451928505:
9781451928501
ISSN:
1018-5941
Publisher Number:
10.5089/9781451928501.001
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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