trade barrier

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Noun1.trade barrier - any regulation or policy that restricts international tradetrade barrier - any regulation or policy that restricts international trade
protectionism - the policy of imposing duties or quotas on imports in order to protect home industries from overseas competition
quota - a limitation on imports; "the quota for Japanese imports was negotiated"
embargo, trade embargo, trade stoppage - a government order imposing a trade barrier
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trade barrier

nbarriera commerciale
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FPCCI Acting President said that Turkey, by adopting realisation approach, should remove all the barriers to trade in general and Pakistani exports in particular.
FPCCI Acting President said that Turkey, by adopting realistic approach, should remove all the barriers to trade in general and Pakistani exports in particular.
Any barriers to trade or the supply of components between plants here and our EU partners will hit the car industry especially hard.
2 billion from 2016 and 2022 to provide expertise and technical assistance to partner countries to improve the business climate, Reduce barriers to trade, Investment and economic growth and support necessary reforms.
Flanked by Chinese premier Li Keqiang, she said: "We've agreed new measures to improve market access in China and remove barriers to trade.
Liam Fox today met with Indian Minister for Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu to discuss greater cooperation between the two countries and identify barriers to trade and investment that must be addressed in order to boost future prosperity.
Raising barriers to trade disproportionately hurts the least well off through higher prices and fewer opportunities.
He added, "This agreement is historic and will cover the areas of goods, services and investment, drive economic growth, raise living standards in our region, remove barriers to trade, including tariffs, increase commodity flows and investment in the region, as well as abundant growth, employment and living standards.
One agency playing a central role in the government efforts is the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS), which is busy collecting and analyzing examples of technical barriers to trade, or TBT, which are "hidden" in free trade agreements that Korea has joined or is expected to join soon, the officials said.
European businesses in South East Asia have called for the elimination of non-tariff barriers to trade to boost market access, increase trade and investment between Europe and ASEAN.
The invisible barriers to trade are mostly a combination of conformity and pre-shipment requirements requested abroad, and weak inspection or certification procedures at home.
Speaking on the potential of the global trading system, Al Mansouri called for the removal of barriers to trade.