Trade Agreement In Arabic

There is no doubt that financing intra-Arab trade through a regional programme with independent resources will enable some Arab countries to free up some of their savings, from financing intra-Arab trade to financing trade-related development projects. Thus, the financing of intra-Arab exports through the programme can alleviate the balance-of-payments difficulties of some Arab countries. 1 Global trade of Arab Monetary Fund member states. In addition to promoting intra-Arab trade through the institutional framework of multilateral trade agreements, Arab countries have also established a financing and guarantee mechanism for financing and guaranteeing domestic trade. This subsection examines the role and benefits of the Arab Trade Financing Program (ATFP) in promoting intra-Arab trade. Given that the program has only recently begun operations and intra-commercial funding data are not available, the following debate is not an attempt to assess the performance of such a program. Regional trade associations, created by widespread liberalization, account for the largest share of domestic trade. This is the case for most regional trade associations among industrialized countries, grouped either in free trade zones or in customs union. However, most regional trade associations between developing countries have been created by trade preference agreements that use a list of liberalized products to promote intra-ue trade. Intra-Arab imports are, by definition, intra-Arab exports after adjustment for transport and insurance.

However, in practice, there may be differences between these figures. Differences between input data and product classifications make up many of these discrepancies. Therefore, the difference between the two intra-Arab trade data groups is reflected in the percentage composition of intra-Arabian imports. Table 6 shows that, although the share of products in intra-Saharan imports is different from that of intra-Saharan exports, general trends remain broadly similar. Finally, it should be remembered that a key feature of recent developments in global trade flows is the growing role of commercial information technologies and, in particular, information networks in world trade. Information technology in commerce has increased competition between companies. ATFP took the initiative to prepare the creation of a commercial information network for Arab users. This system will be able to collect data and information on trade laws and regulations, preferential regimes and export market opportunities available in Arab countries.