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Trade Restrictions And Agreements On International Logistics

abril 13, 2021 By: admin Category: Sin categoría

Besides the specific costs of a logistics operation are the most important that must be taken into account: Lai KH, Cheng TCE (2009) Just in logistics time. England, Gower Publishing, Surrey Limao N, Venables AJ (2001) Infrastructure, geographical handicap, transport, costs and trade. World Bank Econ 15:451-479 The relationship between the development of transport logistics and commercial facilities has been a growing case in recent years (Dee et al. 2008; Portugal-Perez and Wilson 2012; Mon and Hoffmann 2016; Yap 2019) especially under new waves of economic integration through a series of preferential multilateral agreements such as the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Latin American Free Trade Association. The general belief is that the development of transportation logistics, such as improving physical infrastructure to enable faster delivery, and a more reliable product distribution network, will promote international trade flows (Brooks 2010; Hummels and Schaur 2013; Laird and Venables 2017; Wilson et al. 2004; Hausman et al. 2013; Hoffmann et al. 2017). In instigating this argument, this paper proposes that the increase in trade flows, as a result of economic liberalization, promotes the development of transport logistics, which in turn makes trade activity more easier. We examine the link between the mutual causality of commercial growth and the development of transport logistics within the framework of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and we try to provide management and policy information on the link for international logistics management. Hummels D (2007) Transportation costs and international trade in the second era of globalization.

J Econ Perspect 21:131-154 (1) “Trade Agreements.” Encyclopedia Britannica by Encyclopedia Britannica Premium Service. www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=9073135 Table 2 presents the regression results of Hypothesis 1. Model 1 presents our results on the simple log-liner relationship between intra-ASEAN trade and one-year arrears CEPT rates. The result shows that this negative correlation is statistically significant at the level of 0.01. In addition, our estimate achieves a high level of adjustment, given that both R2 and adjusted R2 are above 0.98, which means that internal tariffs between ASEAN member states will help explain intra-ASEAN trade. Model 1a re-examines this relationship by integrating the two control variables, GDP per capita and CL, which also date back one year. It shows that the inclusion of control variables has a slight impact on the result of regression: the quality of the adaptation of the specifications is maintained, and the statistical significance of the key estimate reaches 0.015. Overall, the result of the estimate is robust and consistent with Hypothesis 1: as AFTA countries created the AFTA by reducing domestic tariffs, their trade between them tends to increase significantly. Wood DF, Barone AP, Murphy PR, Daniel LW (2003) International Logistics. American Management Association, New York Lee T-C, Wu C-H, Lee PT-W (2011) ECFA impact on the volume of trade at sea and the development of maritime and port industry policy in Taiwan. Marit Policy Manag 38:169-189 The development of transport logistics to support the growth of intra-FTA trade tends to have advantageous ripple effects to accelerate extra-FTA trade.

A country`s logistics performance in terms of physical transportation infrastructure, technological support and related services will influence all of its commercial activities (Korinek and Sourdin 2011). First, improving physical transportation infrastructure will make a country more accessible to its global trading partners (Limao and Venables 2001; Wood et al.

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