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Conditions of Trade

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Organizations relating to Conditions of Trade

Institute for German and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law / Est. 1986
International Regions Benchmarking Consortium / Est. 2008
Information and Communication Network for Inter-Regional Technology Transfer
ICC Commission on Maritime Transport / Est. 1996
Central American Bank for Economic Integration / Est. 1961
Amendments to the Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea by Dumping from Ships and Aircraft / Est. 1995
Initiative for a Competitive Online Marketplace
Alliance for a Competitive European Industry / Est. 2004
International Competition Network
European Cartel Authority
World Association for Cooperative Education / Est. 1983
Cooperation between Automobile Regions
Latin American Network Against Free Trade
Latin American Free Trade Association / Est. 1961
Small Countries Improve their Audiovisual Level in Europe / Est. 1992
Lisbon Group / Est. 1992
Baltic Free Trade Agreement / Est. 1993
Proyectos de Innovación IBEROEKA / Est. 1991
OAS Special Committee on Trade / Est. 1993
Inter-State Economic Committee of the Economic Union of the Commonwealth of Independent States / Est. 1994
Committee for Cooperation in Anti-Monopoly Action / Est. 1971
Cartel of Indebted Nations
Convention for the Establishment of Free Trade, 1911 / Est. 1911
Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the South Pacific Region by Dumping / Est. 1986
MERCOSUR Common Market Group

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World Problems relating to Conditions of Trade

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Underground economy
Unfair competition
Protectionism in agriculture and the food production industries
Corporate control of genetic material
Illegal international arms shipments
Unbridled competition
Trade barriers against developing countries
Unbridled economic competition
Radioactive wastes
Unconstrained free trade
Unbridled competition among states
Oligopolies
Differential labour costs among countries
Restrictive trade practices
Protection of company ownership
Restricted growth in export markets
Export cartels
Currency black market
Inefficiency of state-controlled enterprises
Privatization of public services
Protectionism in the textile and apparel industries
Illegal exports of nuclear materials
Protectionist anti-dumping procedures
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory application of antidumping regulations
Distortion of international trade by state-trading and government monopoly practices

Action Strategies relating to Conditions of Trade

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Rationalizing simultaneous development of natural resources
Creating free trade zones
Reducing national rivalry
Liberalizing trade
Promoting gymnastics competition
Reducing protectionism in the insurance industry
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on trade defence instruments
Liberalizing government procurement
Strengthening anti-dumping trade procedures
Reducing protectionism in clothing and textiles
Stopping ocean dumping
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on competition
Preventing monopolization of gene patents of organisms
Prohibiting dumping of hazardous wastes
Dumping hazardous wastes
Preventing monopolistic and anti-competitive practices on the internet
Strengthening anti-trust laws
Regulating economic competition
Reducing protectionism in legal services
Strengthening state monopoly
Strengthening international airline monopoly
Strengthening monopoly of the economy by corporations
Distorting international trade by dumping
Safeguarding competition
Restricting competition

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