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Egydio de Carvalho, Marina Amaral
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Texto para Discussão, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) 1811
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This article is the result of a research on regulation of global trade, particularly on regional agreements and bilateral trade of the Institute for Applied Economic Research. The results presented here i) address the presentation of data and scanning of existing preferential agreements for the United States, European Union, China and India on Trade Remedies and Rules of Origin and ii) promote an analytical presentation of the subjects studied as well as the identification of patterns or standard regulation verified in these agreements. The central question of the research is to present the rules and its' regulatory standards that Brazil can spot when negotiating preferential agreements, especially those dealing with the trading partners analyzed herein, as well as define possible lines of action for development of foreign trade policy in Brazil.
trade remedies
rules of origin
preferential trade agreements
United States
European Union
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Working Paper

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