Alley Farming (The Tropical Agriculturalist) by B.T. Kang, A.N. Atta-Krah, L. Reynolds

By B.T. Kang, A.N. Atta-Krah, L. Reynolds

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The average MFN tariff rate for these products is between 7% and 8%. The preferential margin for these products is less generous for the larger group of countries eligible for the GPT programme. PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS: HOW MUCH DO THEY BENEFIT DEVELOPING ECONOMIES– ISBN-9789264033689 © OECD 2007 40 – Part I. 20. Average MFN tariff and margins for selected programmes by aggregate commodities Canada Live Animals (Ch. 1) Meat and edible meat offal (Ch. 2) Dairy, birds' eggs … (Ch. S. (Ch. 5) Live trees and flowers (Ch 6) Vegetables (Ch 7) Edible fruits and nuts (Ch.

Additional preferential access to countries in the GSP and GSP-LDC schemes is not, however, available. 12. PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS: HOW MUCH DO THEY BENEFIT DEVELOPING ECONOMIES– ISBN-9789264033689 © OECD 2007 32 – Part I. 12. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. 11 show relatively hefty preferential margins suggesting that there may be reasons for concern regarding preference erosion (aside from whether these preferences are actually utilised). 12 shows, however, that none of the TRQ products (products containing among the highest rates) are explicitly included in Japan’s GSP or GSP-LDC programmes.

Furthermore, even within the aggregate groups, preferential access is targeted to items with relatively low tariffs providing relatively small margins, even as PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS: HOW MUCH DO THEY BENEFIT DEVELOPING ECONOMIES– ISBN-9789264033689 © OECD 2007 Part I. Preferential margins in the agricultural sector of Quad countries for selected non-reciprocal agreements – 33 most of the tariff lines (all of them for the GSP-LDC programme) are duty free. All of these tariff lines, as stated above, are not part of the TRQ regime.

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