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Implementation of WTO Regulatory Rules in Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Philip Schuler

Abstract

Membership in the WTO will require Ukraine to reform its domestic regulatory environment, in addition to constraining its choice of trade policies. Implementing these regulatory reforms will cost money and take time. This paper assesses administrative costs of implementing WTO rules governing intellectual property rights, food safety, and industrial product standards.

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Intellectual Property World Trade Organization Trip Agreement Conformity Assessment World Trade Organization Member 
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References: World Bank Project Documents

Documents for Table 11.1: Intellectual Property Projects

  1. Implementation Completion Report: Mexico Science and Technology Infrastructure Project, Report No. 18763-ME (December 30, 1998).Google Scholar
  2. Staff Appraisal Report: Mexico Science and Technology Infrastructure Project, Report No. 10468-ME (April 30, 1992).Google Scholar
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Docu,mentsfor Table 11.2: Technical Standards Projects

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