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Implications of wto disciplines for special economic zones in developing countries

Stephen Creskoff

Implications of wto disciplines for special economic zones in developing countries

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, D.C .
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    Subjects:
  • Economic zoning,
  • Economics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen Creskoff, Peter Walkenhorst.
    SeriesPolicy research working paper -- 4892, Policy research working papers (Online) -- 4892.
    ContributionsWalkenhorst, Peter., World Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23226630M
    LC Control Number2009655544

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With approximately 5, zones set up in countries, special economic zones (SEZ)—geographically-bounded areas in which customs, tax and investment regulations are more liberal than in the rest of the country (Farole and Akinci )—are one of the most important instruments of industrial policy used by developing countries around the world.

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Guide to Special Economic Zones. 2 nd edn, Delhi: Commercial Law Publishers. Creskoff, S and Walkenhorst, P (n.d) “Implications of WTO Disciplines for Special Economic Zones in Developing Countries” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Dohrmann, J () “Special Economic Zones in India: An introduction” ASIEN Does the WTO leave appropriate policy space to its Members to pursue legitimate objectives, such as the economic development of developing countries, the conversion to a greener economy, or recovery in times of a global economic downturn?Cited by: Implications of WTO disciplines for special economic zones in developing countries (English) Many developing countries operate geographically delineated economic areas in the form of export processing zones, special industrial zones, or free trade zones.

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79(2), pages Author: Fabrice Defever, Jose-Daniel Reyes, Alejandro Riaño, Miguel Eduardo Sánchez-Martín. This paper provides an overview of the application of World Trade Organization disciplines to incentive programs typically employed by developing. Creskoff, Stephen and Peter Walkenhorst. “Implications of WTO Disciplines for Special Economic Zones in Developing Countries”.

World Bank Policy Research Working Paper (April ). Creskoff, Stephen. “The WTO Trade Facilitation Negotiations: It’s Time to Agree on Basic Principles”. Global Trade and Customs Journal (vol. 3, issue. A review of WTO disciplines, such as the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures, that may apply to special economic zones in developing nations that are Title: Principal at Creskoff & Doram.

Developing countries and export subsidies 17 Disciplines on subsidies 22 Tables Exempt countries 12 WTO Members with programme extensions 14 Free zone advantages: types and examples 32 The Philippines’ special economic zones   Harding A () The Indian Special Economic Zones act implications for modelling the law and governance of SEZs.

In: Carter C, Harding A (eds) Special Economic Zones in Asian market economies. Routledge, London, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: Madeleine Martinek. The WTO Public Forum Theme “Trade Works” poses many important questions, including why some countries have benefited more from trade than others, whether trade can work alone, and how countries can integrate trade opportunities into other social and economic policies – including those related to food security.

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The World Trade Organization's General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) sets out a framework and rules for the liberalization of international trade in services. Paragraph 2(a) of the GATS Annex on Financial Services is generally known as the Prudential Carve-Out (PCO).

of countries that rely on fish exports as a source of revenue. Developing rules to govern these subsidies is the subject of a specific target in the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development. Members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) re-committed in December China’s 10 years of membership in the WTO has taken place against a backdrop of dynamic change in the world economy.

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The Shifting Geography of Global Value Chains: Implications for Developing Countries and Trade Policy 13 Modern history is a narrative of Japan’s rise and China’s decline. Japan underestimated the potential competitive power of China in very much the same way that the West underestimated the rising competitive power of Japan.

4 Raúl A. Torres, ‘Free Zones and the WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures’, Global Trade and Customs Journal 2, no. 5 (). 5 G. Akinci & J. Crittle, Special Economic Zones: Performance, Lessons Learned, and Implications for Zone Development (Washington, DC.

Global trade - The World Trade Organization (WTO) deals with the global rules of trade between nations. Its main function is to ensure that global trade flows. Developing countries have been granted much discretion to determine when and how they implement the TFA, especially regarding implementation dates and technical assistance needs.

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() Implications of WTO Disciplines for Special Economic Zones in Developing Countries. Engman, M., Onodera, O. and Pinali, E. () Export Processing Zones: Past and Future Role in Trade and Development (No. 53). OECD by: 1. WTO members consider EU-Japan, Turkey-Singapore trade agreements.

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Policy Research working paper WPSWorld Bank, Washington, DC. the membership of the WTO has grown to include most developing countries. It is for this reason that the Doha Round is important: It has given all countries of the world the opportunity to work collectively on barriers of interest to developing countries and to the world’s poor.

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