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Maskus, K. and Wilson, J. (2000) Quantifying the Impact of Technical Barriers to Trade: A Review of Past Attempts and the New Policy Context. World Bank.

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  • TITLE: Technical Barriers to Trade and China’s Trade

    AUTHORS: Hong Gu

    KEYWORDS: Technical Barriers to Trade, Export Trade, Economic Development

    JOURNAL NAME: Modern Economy, Vol.8 No.8, August 17, 2017

    ABSTRACT: China’s foreign trade volume is growing due to the increasingly globalized economy and the improvement in China’s international status. With China’s accession to the WTO and the rapid expansion of foreign economic and trade and economic rise, technical barriers to trade are widely used as a measure. In recent years, many Chinese export enterprises have encountered some of the world’s major developed countries. The impact of TBT reaches the ultra-billion dollars each year. Therefore, this paper focuses on the impact on technical trade barriers (TBT) on China’s export trade, from the perspective of government and enterprises to study countermeasures. Technical barrier to trade is a trade import control. It has a duality, broadness, compliance and hidden. China is affected by internal and external causes. External causes are the protection for national interests, trade barriers, and so on. Internal factors are China’s trade pattern, industrial pattern imbalance and export order disorder. For these reasons, the government should establish a good system mechanism and the enterprises should improve product quality.