nontariff

nontariff

(ˌnɒnˈtærɪf)
adj
(Commerce) not involving or utilizing a tariff
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In a report titled 'Nontariff barriers (NTBs) in Asean and their elimination from a business perspective,' the Philippines was flagged for its trade, price control, intellectual property (IP) and government procurement measures on medical products.
Because NAFTA has already eliminated duties on most qualifying goods and significantly reduced nontariff measures, USMCA's emphasis is on reducing remaining nontariff measures on trade and the U.S.
President Duterte's order to remove nontariff barriers and streamline procedures on the importation of agricultural products last year had led to spikes in the shipments of rice and vegetables to the country last year, data from the Bureau of Customs (BoC) showed.
These grievances relate mostly to what economists call nontariff barriers, including issues such as intellectual property theft, the weaponization of economic and development tools, forced technology transfer, insufficiently effective and credible multilateral institutions, and a less-than-stable global economic and financial order.
Trade Representative (USTR) and Commerce Department on these important trade matters, including subsidies, tariffs and nontariff barriers aimed at metal castings, in particular from China.
Gareth added: "The company plans for steady growth in 2019, with nontariff related new builds and an influx in electric car charging installations for businesses."
Chief among these is the resort to nontariff barriers that India is notorious for, using these not only against Pakistan but all countries of the world.
They have tariffs and nontariff barriers." "We want reciprocity.
Agnes Norris Keiller, co-author of the report and economist at IFS, said: "If barriers to trade with the EU increase, particularly the sort of 'nontariff' barriers created by customs checks and regulatory divergence, then some sectors of the economy will be affected more than others.
Sega, global chief investment strategist at global asset management firm Conning, said as bad as the trade war rhetoric sounds, the aggregate effect of tariffs and nontariff barriers may not be that big as opposed to the benefits of tax and regulatory reform.
This text summarizes the core principles of international trade law, addressing the World Trade Organization; customs and import law, including US trade and tariff law, US nontariff trade barriers and disputes, customs classification, valuation, and origin, antidumping duties, subsidies and countervailing duties, safeguard proceedings and trade adjustment assistance, counterfeit and intellectual property infringing imports, and gray market imports; export law, including US export controls, boycott laws, and anti-boycott law, as well as foreign corrupt practices and unilateral US Section 301 trade sanctions; and technology transfers across borders, with commentary on trade policy under the Trump administration.