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Companies

Market Access Analysis

More than 400 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) are in force or under negotiation across the globe. Used in day-to-day business transactions, the majority of these agreements impact the value chains of all companies trading internationally.

FTAs are complex but they afford a great opportunity for companies to save on import duties when trading cross-border. Trade Pacts is able to conduct a highly customised analysis of your company’s compliance with applicable FTAs; including classification, valuation and rules of origin.

Rules of Origin

Most complexities associated with FTAs arise from the rules of origin of traded goods. Trade Pacts is able to conduct a detailed analysis of your products and relevant value chains to determine eligibility for preferential duties and cost savings.

Customised Studies

The studies undertaken globally by Trade Pacts’ experts are customised to your business’s unique needs: from organising supply chains to gaining greater market access, saving costs and helping you make sensible investment decisions. Our studies and freely available White Papers have helped companies of all sizes build business development plans and identify positions on regulatory issues.

Legal Analysis

Trade Pacts is able to provide a thorough breakdown of the legal provisions applicable to tariff and non-tariff barriers to international trade.

We routinely examine WTO law, International Investment Agreements (IIAs), and FTAs, to assess if trade barriers faced by companies comply with these treaties.

Our extensive knowledge enables us to solve practical business-related issues and our services are solution-oriented.

Advocacy

Companies often struggle to build arguments to defend against overly restrictive and unfair trade regulations. Trade Pacts experts can help your business navigate the complexities of interacting with regulators – communicating your business position to them in a concise and persuasive manner. We can effectively and credibly deliver positions to the relevant stakeholders based on international economic law arguments.

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