Trims

TRIMS

TRIMS and International Trade

Trims in International Trade

Meaning of Trims, according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): The Trade Related Investment Measures is a World Trade Organization (WTO) agreement that recognizes that measures and regulations impose on investments and investors can reduce or distort international trade, and may function as disincentives for investor in situations where investment is needed. The agreement restricts the use of three TRIMS requirements: local content requirements, trade balancing requirement and foreign exchange balancing requirements.

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See Also

trade related investment measures

Hierarchical Display of TRIMs

Trade > International trade > Trade relations > Trade agreement
Finance > Financing and investment > Investment
Trade > Tariff policy > Tariff policy > Tariff negotiations > Uruguay Round
International Organisations > World organisations > World organisation > World Trade Organisation
Trade > International trade > Trade relations > Trade agreement > GATT > Free movement of goods

TRIMs

Concept of TRIMs

See the dictionary definition of TRIMs.

Characteristics of TRIMs

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Translation of TRIMs

Thesaurus of TRIMs

Trade > International trade > Trade relations > Trade agreement > TRIMs
Finance > Financing and investment > Investment > TRIMs
Trade > Tariff policy > Tariff policy > Tariff negotiations > Uruguay Round > TRIMs
International Organisations > World organisations > World organisation > World Trade Organisation > TRIMs
Trade > International trade > Trade relations > Trade agreement > GATT > Free movement of goods > TRIMs

See also

  • Trade-related investment measures