Data limitations make it difficult to document general trends in the use of non-tariff measures.
Non-tariff measures and the WTO
Marc Bacchetta, Cosimo Beverelli, 31 July 2012
Supply chains and behind-the-border trade barriers: Implications for developing nations
Michael J Ferrantino, 11 February 2012
In recent decades, it has become increasingly common to produce goods in a number of geographically dispersed stages linked by international trade.
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