The UNCTAD-JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) has published a joint report entitled “International Trade after the Economic Crisis: Challenges and New Opportunities”. The study investigates the new economic realities in international trade following the 2008 financial crisis, and highlights the issues that are key to the future of a pro-trade as well as pro-development international trading system.
The report focuses on:
1. Post-crisis trade-restrictive measures and multi-layers of trade rules.
2. The need for more elaborate multilateral trade rules to help support the growth of environmental business.
3. Non-tariff measures.
For a detailed analysis read the full report.