Searching with a thematic focus on Trade Policy in Iran

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    Afghanistan’s cross-border trade with Pakistan and Iran and the responsibility for conflict-sensitive employment

    Bonn International Center for Conversion, 2017
    Border areas are sites of intensive interaction between states and inter-regional business. Political tensions and armed conflicts have a particularlystrong impact on trade flows.
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    Are export sanctions effective?

    Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2016
    Export sanctions continue to be used by countries while attempting to change the behavior of other governments, and, they still surface at the center of current policy debates when it comes to Iran. However, we still lack complete understanding about the impact and effectiveness of export sanctions.Different countries impose export sanctions.
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    Can a nuclear deal help Iran’s young labor force?

    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2015
    Iran is poised to reap a vast “demographic dividend” if the appropriate national and international policies are adopted, including a nuclear deal with the P5+1 (five permanent members of the UN Security Council, plus Germany).
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    The proposal of common market among Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Iran: investigating opportunities for agricultural trade

    National Agricultural Policy Centre, Syria, 2013
    2011 and 2012 witnessed a series of trade, financial and economic sanctions against Syria in the course of the crisis that has been hitting the country. The main characteristic of these sanctions is that they were imposed by Syria’s traditional trading partners (i.e. Arab countries and the EU).
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    The proposal of common market among Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Iran: investigating opportunities for agricultural trade

    AgEcon Search, 2013
    The series of recent economic sanctions against Syria imposed by several countries and blocs sparkled the idea of a regional common market that comprises Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. This paper looks into the actual possibility of establishing this market, and investigates the horizons and opportunities that could be materialised in this context.
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    Impact of trade liberalization on agriculture in the Near East and North Africa

    International Fund for Agricultural Development, 2007
    Some argue that free trade is good for poverty reduction. This report examines the impact of trade liberalisation on small farmers and other poor households in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) region. It combines a comprehensive review of the literature on trade liberalisation with four country case studies to examine the distributional impact in more depth.
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    Agricultural biotechnology and the poor: conference proceedings

    Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, 1999
    Proceedings of conference held in October 1999 and convened by CGIAR and the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS)Topic of papers includeCountry studies: China, India, Philippines, Thailand, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Egypt, Iran Jordan, Kenya, South Africa, ZimbabweControlling Environmental RisksMinimizing Health RisksMinimizing Social RisksEthics and Biotechnology