2001 Spring School on Superstrings and Related Matters by (Eds.) C. Bachas, J. Maldacena, K. S. Narain, S.

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2. Baldwin, R. C. 3. , A. Kuwahara and S. Laird (2002) Quantification of Non-tariff Measures, UNCTAD Policy Issues in International Trade and Commodities, Study Series No. 12 (New York and Geneva: United Nations), UNCTAD/ITCD/TAB/18, Sales No. 18. 4. , W. Graham, S. Hainsworth, A. de Mestral and M. Warner (1997), The Canadian Law and Practice of International Trade, Toronto, Emond Montgomery publications. 5. Choi, I (2000), "The Long and Winding Road to the Government Procurement Agreement: Korea's Accession Experience", presented at the World Bank conference East Asia and Options for WTO 2000, Manila.

10 Evidence was presented in the previous section on the importance of customs procedures and the difficulties in transporting goods. The negotiations and work on trade facilitation in the WTO focuses on the following areas: • Excessive documentation • Lack of automation and inadequate use of information technology; • Lack of transparency, with unclear and unspecified import and export requirements; • Inadequate procedures, especially a lack of audit based controls and riskassessment techniques and • lack of cooperation among customs and other government agencies, which thwarts efforts to deal effectively with increased trade flows.

Such surveys allow the possibility of prioritising the importance of different types of instruments. For example, under the frequency approach the application of a quota would be counted as an NTM. However, through business surveys the fact that the quota maybe under-filled would imply that it is not important to the exporter. A number of such surveys exist. The OECD (2002a) in a very useful document has collated the results from a number of different surveys and summarised the results. Not surprisingly, due to the large variance in sampling techniques their conclusions are heavily qualified.

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