The publication examines how six countries (Argentina, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Ethiopia and Viet Nam) have been affected by the elimination of Trade-Related Investment Measures (TRIMs). The study suggests that the extent to which TRIMs have helped advance the objectives set out has varied considerably, reflecting the specific economic conditions and policy environment of the country using them.Thus, Ford, which returned to the Philippines in 1997, is now using the country as a production platform to export Ford Focus, Mazda Tribute and Mazda 3 to other ASEAN countries. However, it is also ... Rise of global parts producers and crisis of domestic-oriented car parts makers The Philippines, however, can be a major producer of, if not a production hub for, select car parts. To keep production ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Elimination of TRIMs, the Experience of Selected Developing Countries|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2007|