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What about current bilateral trade?

Get an overview of the major trade partners of the reporter economy and the partner economy and the share of bilateral trade. In addition, see top traded commodities between these economies.

Current Trade

How about trade facilitation measures?

Get an overview of implementation of trade facilitation measures (such as paperless trade, formalities and transparency) in the reporter economy and the partner economy.

Trade Facilitation

Are there currently any trade agreements?

Get an overview of current bilateral trade agreements between these economies, as well as regional / bloc agreements involving the reporter economy and the partner economy.

Trade Agreements

What NTMs are imposed by both economies?

Explore the multifaceted effect of non-tariff measures on the SDGs, or display NTMs and regulatory distance per commodity.

Non-Tariff Measures
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Which commodities to (re-) negotiate tariffs on?

Generate a list of commodities that may be worthwile to (re-) negotiate a lower tariff on, taking into account various factors such as comparative advantage. TINA can then also calculate the impact of tariff liberalization for each commodity selected and assess potential defensiveness of the partner economy.

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Implementation of Trade Facilitation Measures of the reporter and the partner

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Please note that this feature is experimental and improvements to the user-interface are currently in development. You may have to scroll vertically and horizontally in the table below in order to see all agreements. Thank you for your understanding.
Year of entry into force:

Trade Type

Composition

Status

*) Please note that the list of agreements below may not be exhaustive. The current module is currently in the beta testing mode and as such may subject to review. If you encounter any bugs or have any suggestions, please let us know.

Distribution of NTMs that directly address SDGs

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TINA can also visualize NTMs on six-digit commodity level imposed by the reporter economy and the partner economy on each other and on (other) major trade partners. TINA can also calculate the NTM regulatory distance.

Export Destinations of the reporter economy

Import Sources of the partner economy

Import Sources of the reporter economy

Export Destinations of the partner economy

Top Imported & Exported Commodities

   Top Imports of the partner economy from the reporter economy

   Top Imports of the partner economy from the World
   Top Imports of the reporter economy from the partner economy

   Top Imports of the reporter economy from the World
   Top Exports from the reporter economy to the World

   Top Exports from the partner economy to the World
Data source: UN Comtrade. Values expressed in US Dollar ($).

Filters to identify offensive interests

Filter 1: Consider products of which the partner imports from the world more than:
US $
Filter 2: Consider products of which the reporter exports to the world more than:
US $

Filters to determine tariff reduction potential

Filter 3: Consider products on which the tariff exceeds:
%
Filter 3 includes:

Filters to assess comparative advantage

Filter 4A: Consider products of which the standard revealed comparative advantage (SRCA) for the reporter exceeds:
Filter 4B: Consider products of which the bilateral revealed comparative advantage (BRCA) for the reporter exceeds:

Settings to assess likelihood of the partner being defensive

The value of exports of the commodity from the partner to the world are in the top:
%
% of the exports of the partner (by value)
The value of exports of the commodity from the reporter to the partner is over:
%
% of the total value of the commodity's exports of the partner
Shorten USD values to be displayed in:
Import & export data is selected from the year:
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Negotiation List

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What would be the impact if the partner liberalizes tariffs?

TINA can run a partial-equilibrium trade policy simulation using the SMART model. TINA uses the following data to calculate trade creation and trade diversion:

  • Bilateral trade flows
  • Import demand elasticities
  • Bound, MFN & preferential tariffs
  • Simulation parameters set by you

Settings for the simulation

Simulate tariff liberalization by the partner on these commodities

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Summary of simulation results

Affected trade flows in simulation

Notes on the simulation

Please note that trade flow data of the partner from the year selected is used for this simulation, while tariff data may be from a later year (i.e., the latest tariff data available is used). Also, please note that trade flows with economies for which there is no trade data, tariff data or import demand elasticity data available are excluded in the simulation and corresponding trade diversion calculations. Similarly, trade flows in commodities that have an inelastic demand by a particular economy are not affected by a change in tariff, and are therefore not presented in this overview. Additionally, please note that as the amount of trade diverted cannot be larger than the initial value of imports from a respective economy; the effect is constrained so that the maximum sum of a trade loss and negative trade diversion does exceed the current import value (i.e., capped at 100%). Furthermore, please note that the table of affected economies that may increase or decrease their exports due to trade diversion effects only contains those economies for which the total impact across commodities is at least 1,000 USD (i.e., a minimum threshold). For more information on the methdology used in this SMART partial-equilibrium trade policy simulation, please review Chapter 2A of this UNCTAD Publication.

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Bilateral & Global Trade

  • Imports of the partner from the reporter
  • Imports of the partner from the world
  • Exports from the reporter to the world

Commodity Description

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Tariff Rates

  • Preferential: Lowest average AV duty
  • MFN Tariff: MFN applied AV duty
  • Bound Tariff: Upper bound AV duty

Comparative Advantage

  • SRCA: Standard revealed comparative advantage (SRCA)
  • BRCA: Bilateral revealed comparative advantage (BRCA)
Note that SRCA and BRCA values are only computed for commodities that are part of the Negotiation List.
Historical Trade of the Commodity
Trend of value and price of exports from reporter to partner
Trend of exports to and imports from the world
Trend of imports of partner from top trade partners
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Preferential Tariffs on Commodity
Preferential tariff on commodity notified to the WTO by the partner for the reporter

Preferential tariff on commodity notified to the WTO by the partner for other economies

Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) on the Commodity
Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) imposed by the partner economy on the Commodity on the reporter economy are visualized below and compared to NTMs imposed by the partner economy on other economies it imports this commodity from. To visualize NTMs imposed by the reporter economy on this commodity, navigate to the second tab. Click on an NTM category to see more details.
Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) imposed by the reporter economy on the Commodity on the partner economy are visualized below and compared to NTMs imposed by the reporter economy on other economies it exports this commodity to. To visualize NTMs imposed by the partner economy on this commodity, navigate to the first tab. Click on an NTM category to see more details.
The NTM Regulatory Distance between the reporter economy and the partner economy with regard to the Commodity is as follows: N/A
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Trade agreements to exclude in simulation

Settings for the simulation

Summary of simulation results

Reduced commodity trade for the reporter economy in simulation

Reduced imports from the reporter economy by trade partners

Increased exports by other economies as a result of trade diversion

Affected trade flows in simulation

Notes on the simulation

Please note that trade flow data from the year is used for this simulation, while tariff data may be from a later year (i.e., the latest tariff data available is used). Also, please note that trade flows with economies for which there is no trade data, tariff data or import demand elasticity data available are excluded in the simulation and corresponding trade diversion calculations. Similarly, trade flows in commodities that have an inelastic demand by a particular economy are not affected by increased tariffs, and are therefore not presented in this overview. Additionally, please note that as the amount of trade diverted cannot be larger than the initial value of imports from a respective economy; the effect is constrained so that the maximum sum of trade loss and negative trade diversion does exceed the current import value (i.e., capped at 100%). Furthermore, please note that the table of affected economies that may increase their exports due to trade diversion effects only contains those economies for which the total impact across commodities is at least 1,000 USD (i.e., a minimum threshold). Finally, if a group/regional agreement is selected for exclusion in the simulation, the preferential tariffs will no longer be applied to the economy in focus in the simulation, but still hold for other economies in the particular agreement. For more information on the methdology used in this SMART partial-equilibrium trade policy simulation, please review Chapter 2A of this UNCTAD Publication.

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