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Aggregate Measurement of Trade Transaction Costs Reduction in Apec 2007-2010

By: Its Global

... .................................................................... 21 Table A.2: Ad valorem tax equivalent of a transit day for all merchandise ... ..................................................................... 21 Table A.2: Ad valorem tax equivalent of a transit day for all merchandise tra... ............................................................. 21 Table A.2: Ad valorem tax equivalent of a transit day for all merchandise trade, per ... ...in restricting trade. ITS Global estimates their combined effect is equivalent to a tax of 18.9% on all APEC imports, and one of 18.7% on all APEC... ...t comparable to each other or to the estimates presented in Table 3.1. In 2010 the ad valorem tax equivalents of the estimates in Table 3.1 — the ... ...omparable to each other or to the estimates presented in Table 3.1. In 2010 the ad valorem tax equivalents of the estimates in Table 3.1 — the tra... ...e to each other or to the estimates presented in Table 3.1. In 2010 the ad valorem tax equivalents of the estimates in Table 3.1 — the transaction... ... were broadly comparable at 9.0% for imports and 9.5% for exports. In part the lower ad valorem rate for imports reflects the fact that, by convent... ...re broadly comparable at 9.0% for imports and 9.5% for exports. In part the lower ad valorem rate for imports reflects the fact that, by convention...

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Trade Facilitation through Customs Procedures: Assessment of Apec's Progress

By: Its Global

...he quantity demanded when its price changes by one percent. Hummels estimated the ad valorem tax equivalent of a day’s saving in transit time f... ...quantity demanded when its price changes by one percent. Hummels estimated the ad valorem tax equivalent of a day’s saving in transit time for ... ... demanded when its price changes by one percent. Hummels estimated the ad valorem tax equivalent of a day’s saving in transit time for each pr... ...the economic value of a day’s saving for each of the 175 economies in the database. The ad valorem tax equivalents estimated by Hummels for each of t... ... economic value of a day’s saving for each of the 175 economies in the database. The ad valorem tax equivalents estimated by Hummels for each of the ... ...c value of a day’s saving for each of the 175 economies in the database. The ad valorem tax equivalents estimated by Hummels for each of the APEC eco... ... Although this is being done to some degree at present, the responses have been largely ad hoc and would benefit from the adoption of a more holisti...

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North America Volume Two

By: Anthony Trollope

...ashington runs too much on two subjects, which are repeated perhaps almost ad nauseam: one is that of a stiff, steady-looking, healthy, but ugly indi-... ...ost to a peculiarity in the Christian names of the gentlemen who were then ad- 34 North America V ol. 2 ministrating the government of the country. M... ...ny law. The drinkers of beer in En- gland should secede because they pay a tax, whereas the consumers of paper pay none. The navigation laws of the St... ...e abuse of such power and what its proper use. When we were at St. Louis a tax was being gathered of 100l. a head from certain men presumed to be sece... ... pages back, I spoke of a man whose furniture had been sold to pay a heavy tax raised on him specially as a secessionist; the same man had also been r... ...e been no risk in forg- ing them. The army of the Potomac, into which they ad- mitted the bearer, lay in quarters which were extended over a length of... ...list will 263 Trollope be light, the tax itself being only 3 per cent. ad valorem. But with reference to every article, there will be the ne- cessity...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 5 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...the interest on the $3000 would forever cease; this would be no doubt most ad- vantageous to the State. But if the Auditor will not consent to this, t... ...t to sit in Congress and decide upon the rates of postage, or questions of ad valorem or specific duties on foreign goods, or live-oak timber contract... ...o sit in Congress and decide upon the rates of postage, or questions of ad valorem or specific duties on foreign goods, or live-oak timber contracts, ... ...get Congress to hold off. Let Congress hold off until they are ready to be ad- mitted as a State, and the South has all it wants in taking sla- 49 Th... ...o decide that his slave is free because of his being taken in there, or to tax him to such an extent that he cannot keep him there, the Supreme Court ... ...s the States shall see fit to admit shall not be prohibited, but a certain tax might be levied upon such im- portation. But what was to be done after ... ... not the power to drive slaves out, they have no power, by indirection, by tax, or by impos- ing burdens in any way on that property, to effect the sa...

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