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Identifying Dominican exports sensitive to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

dc.creatorIsa Contreras, Pável
dc.date2017-07-01
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dc.identifierhttps://revistas.intec.edu.do/index.php/ciene/article/view/1106
dc.identifier10.22206/ceyn.2017.v1i1.pp87-121
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositoriobiblioteca.intec.edu.do/handle/123456789/2787
dc.descriptionThe Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a proposed economic mega-agreement between 12 economies, seven of Asia and five of America, would have the potential to displace exports from third countries, such as the Dominican Republic, from the US market. This analysis identifies Dominican exports to the US, which, because of their importance to the country, the Revealed Comparative Advantages of those products in TPP partners of US, and the tariff barriers that would be dismantled as a result of the agreement, could be sensitive to the agreement. It is concluded that a total of 13 tariff headings could be affected and five countries could be beneficiaries. However, almost the entire displacement effect is concentrated in clothing and Vietnam would be the great beneficiary. The specific effect on Dominican exports could be very small because the overall effect is also small and would be distributed among a large number of supplier countries.en-US
dc.descriptionEl Tratado Trans-Pacífico (TTP), un propuesto mega-acuerdo económico entre 12 economías del mundo, siete de Asia y cinco de América, tendría el potencial de desplazar del mercado estadounidense las exportaciones originarias de terceros países, como la República Dominicana. Este análisis identifica las exportaciones dominicanas hacia Estados Unidos que, por su importancia para el país, por las Ventajas Comparativas Reveladas de esos productos de países socios de Estados Unidos en el TTP, y por las barreras arancelarias que serían desmontadas como resultado del acuerdo, podrían ser sensibles al mismo. Se concluye que un total de 13 partidas arancelarias podrían ser afectadas y cinco países podrían ser beneficiarios. No obstante, casi la totalidad del efecto desplazamiento se concentra en prendas de vestir y Vietnam sería el gran beneficiario. El efecto específico sobre las exportaciones dominicanas podría ser muy pequeño porque el efecto global también lo es y se distribuiría entre un gran número de países suplidores.es-ES
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dc.publisherInstituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC)es-ES
dc.relationhttps://revistas.intec.edu.do/index.php/ciene/article/view/1106/1154
dc.relationhttps://revistas.intec.edu.do/index.php/ciene/article/view/1106/html_Pavel_IsaContreras
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dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2017 Ciencia, Economía y Negocioses-ES
dc.sourceScience, Economy & Business; Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Science, Economics and Business; 87-121en-US
dc.sourceCiencia, Economía y Negocios; Vol. 1 Núm. 1 (2017): Ciencia, Economía y Negocios; 87-121es-ES
dc.source2613-8778
dc.source2613-876X
dc.source10.22206/ceyn.2017.v1i1
dc.subjectTPPen-US
dc.subjectglobalizationen-US
dc.subjectRevealed Comparative Advantagesen-US
dc.subjecttariffsen-US
dc.subjectInternationalen-US
dc.subjectJEL Codesen-US
dc.subjectF1en-US
dc.subjectF4en-US
dc.subjectF6en-US
dc.subjectTTPes-ES
dc.subjectexportacioneses-ES
dc.subjectventajas comparativas reveladases-ES
dc.subjectaranceleses-ES
dc.subjectCódigos del JELes-ES
dc.subjectF1es-ES
dc.subjectF4es-ES
dc.subjectF6es-ES
dc.titleIdentifying Dominican exports sensitive to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)en-US
dc.titleIdentificando exportaciones dominicanas sensibles al Tratado Trans-Pacífico (TTP)es-ES
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