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Title: Quantifying the Trade Impact of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards: What is Known and Issues of Importance for Sub-Saharan Africa
Authors: Oyejide, T.A.
Ogunkola, E.O.
Bankole, S.
ASFA Terms: Trade
Issue Date: Apr-2000
Citation: Paper prepared for the workshop on : Quantifying the Trade Effect of Standards and Regulatory Barriers: Is It Possible? Holding at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., on Thursday, April 27, 2000.. 32 pp.
Abstract: Generally, consuming countries require that many domestically produced and imported goods should satisfy certain minimum levels of quality, health and safety standards. These standards are particularly prominent with respect to agricultural, food and health products; and many of these fall under the category of sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/824
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