Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations

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10 May 2006

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Henrik Isakson
May, 10, 2006
 
This comparative analysis studies the trade policies of the four major industrialized trading nations or blocs: the EU, the US, Canada and Japan. The four countries are also known as “the Quad”. Using more than 70, mostly quantitative, indicators, it compares the openness for imports in industrial and agricultural goods as well as in services. Also included are the horizontal issues of free trade agreements and trade preferences towards developing countries. No clear overall pattern can be found in the trade policies of the four countries. They all have their strengths and weaknesses, with some open doors and some closed.
 
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