Free Trade Agreement Impact

Todsadee, A., Kameyama, H. and Lutes, P. (2012), “The Implications of trade liberalization on TPP countries` livestock product sector, Technical Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University, Vol. 64 No. 1, pp. 1-6. Selling to U.S. Free Trade Agreement (SAA) partner countries can help your business more easily enter and compete in the global market by reducing trade barriers. U.S.

Free Trade Agreements address a wide range of activities carried out by foreign governments that impact your business: reduced tariffs, better intellectual property protection, greater contribution by U.S. exporters to the development of product standards for FTA partner countries, fair treatment for U.S. investors, and improved business opportunities. U.S. government procurement and services. Ganguly, A. and Das, K. (2017), “Multi-sector analysis of foreign investment and trade liberalization in India: a CGE modelling approach,” Global Business Review, Vol. 18 No.

5, pp. 1345-1372. The advantages and disadvantages of free trade agreements have an impact on employment, business growth and living standards: it is clear from the following results that the trade balance in Vietnam will be in deficit due to zero industrial tariffs. More and more industrial products from EU countries will invade the Vietnamese market, which represents a multitude of fierce competition for domestic companies, but will create great opportunities for Vietnamese companies to improve the business environment, improve product quality and diversify product types. Trick, N.T.T. (2016), « The impact of production tax on agriculture sector in Vietnam: a computable general equilibrium approach », Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 1 no. 2, pp. 1-13. Winchester, N. (2009), « Y a-t-il un sale petit secret ? Non-tariff barriers and the gains from trade », Journal of Policy Modeling, p.

31, no 6, p. 819-834. Jean, S., Mulder, N. et Ramos, M.P. (2014), « A general equilibrium, ex-post evaluation of the EU-Chile free trade agreement », Economic Modelling, p. 41, no 5, p. 33-45. Fukase, E.

et Martin, W. (2016), « The economic potential of an India-us free trade agreement », Journal de l’intégration économique, vol. 31 No. 4, pp. 774-816. Last but not least, the results of this paper not only provide valuable reference for governments and policymakers in other countries when deciding whether to reduce tariffs or adjust taxes to production once integrated into the global economy, but also highlight the benefits of trade liberalization, tariff reductions and national tax reforms. Nevertheless, the impact of trade liberalization on the economy through tariff reduction also depends on the contexts of each nation, such as its economic base, per capita income, consumer demand, and business competitiveness. To study the effects of EVFTA, this work uses the classical static CGE model, considered an extension of the input-output array successfully developed by Wasilly Leontief in 1986. In theory, before using a CGE model, the authors construct the VSAM (see Table I) based on data from Vietnam`s input-output table for 2012 (General Statistics Office of Vietnam, 2015; ICES-WIDER, 2016), which includes 164 sectors classified into three major sectors (agriculture, industry and services) with regard to the classification of the Vietnamese Ministry of Planning and Investment (2007).

Dasgupta, P. and Mukhopadhyay, K. (2017), “The impact of the TPP on selected ASEAN economies`, Journal of Economic Structures, Vol. .

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