Non-tariff Measures, Overall Protection, and Export Competitiveness: Evidence from Pakistan and Regional Countries
Irfan Aleem and
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Irfan Aleem: Visiting Fellow, Brookings Doha Centre
Bushra Faizi: Researcher, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
No 2021:2, PIDE-Working Papers from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Pakistan’s exports have stagnated since 2013 after growing significantly during the previous decade. While many other factors have undoubtedly contributed, the evidence outlined in this paper indicates that the substantial increase in overall protection, driven by incidence of non-tariff measures, has had a major and decisive impact.
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