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Abstract

For trade in goods and services to flow, traders and governments need to know the rules. At no time is this more critical than at moments of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. New trade measures are being taken by governments every day in response to COVID-19. If the different actors engaged in supply chains are not aware of these new requirements, they can struggle to adapt to the new conditions, thereby risking unnecessary disruptions. Transparency is precisely about allowing access to this information and more. It enables governments and traders to keep up to date in a rapidly evolving trade landscape and provides.

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2020-04-07
2022-01-20
http://instance.metastore.ingenta.com/content/papers/27095819/2
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  • Published online: 07 Apr 2020
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