nontariff

nontariff

(ˌnɒnˈtærɪf)
adj
(Commerce) not involving or utilizing a tariff
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And while the United States is shoring up its local trade and industry protection measures by raising the duties and taxes of its importations, we can also implement nontariff measures to protect the local industry and consumers by strictly enforcing the country's product standard rules, such as doing the inspection and testing of certified mandatory products in the Philippines.
MERCOSUR has reopened several negotiating fronts with partners outside its borders, most notably with the Pacific Alliance, with the aim of establishing a Road Map that covers trade facilitation, rules of origin, the identification of regional value chains, trade promotion, SMEs, customs cooperation, nontariff barriers, and facilitation for trade in services.
Opened by First Minister Carwyn Jones, the event will focus on exporting and the implications of Brexit - such as tariffs and nontariff barriers - and consider trading scenarios from March 2019.
The benefit of tax harmonisation procedures and elimination of nontariff barriers has not been fully achieved, with many traders facing unfair competition on cross border trade.
She said there was a need to break down nontariff barriers in the region, as well as implement agreements that aim to bring down barriers on the flow of labor.
They cover complex economic analysis, welfare and trade effects of nontariff measures, protectionism and the political economy of nontariff measures, and case studies.
The tariff and nontariff trade barriers are the main hurdles in the expansion of trade.
It would reinstate many nontariff barriers and exclude most services, including financial services.
The government, racking its brain to reanimate languid exports, has entered into a war against nontariff trade barriers in other countries.
Other measures include lowering nontariff barriers, cracking down on counterfeit goods and providing loans to promising consumer goods companies.
Prabhu cited the prevailing financial position of the Railways, efforts at cost- cutting and possible gradual adjustment of fares and other nontariff revenue measures to absorb the impact while requesting the exchequer's help for implementation of the Commission recommendations.
Specifically, the amendment mentions "politically motivated actions to boycott, divest from, or sanction Israel and to seek the elimination of politically motivated nontariff barriers on Israeli goods, services, or other commerce imposed on the State of Israel.