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Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union

Glenn W. Harrison

Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union

by Glenn W. Harrison

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Published by World Bank, International Economics Dept., International Trade Division in Washington, DC .
Written in

    Places:
  • Turkey,
  • European Union countries,
  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • Tariff -- Turkey.,
    • Value-added tax -- Turkey.,
    • Investments, Foreign -- Turkey.,
    • Turkey -- Foreign economic relations -- European Union countries.,
    • European Union countries -- Foreign economic relations -- Turkey.,
    • Turkey -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGlenn W. Harrison, Thomas F. Rutherford, and David G. Tarr.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 1599, Policy research working papers ;, 1599.
      ContributionsRutherford, Thomas Fox., Tarr, David G., World Bank. International Trade Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1599
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24, A25 p. ;
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL629443M
      LC Control Number96230464

      Studies on the economic effects of Turkey- EU Customs Union increased considerably in the last years, as a result of the deepening of the relations between the two parties. This is mainly due to the opening of the accession negotiations between Turkey and the European Union in October This volume analyzes the economic challenges confronting Turkey in its quest to accede to the European Union (EU). It focuses on the extent to which Turkey is ready to join the Single Market, comply with the EU's body of economic regulations and directives, the Acquis Communautaire, and meet the Maastricht criteria for fiscal, monetary, and exchange rate by:

      especially since s. European Union, which has been at the stage of Economic and Monetary Union, is one of the biggest and most advanced economic integration models in the world. This study examines the effects of European Union-Turkey Customs Union on Turkish foreign trade between by using static analysis and Balassa : Yılmaz Bayar, Halil Ozekicioglu. CUSTOMS UNION: EXPECTATIONS VERSUS REALITIES Turkey’s Legislative and Structural Reforms Related to the Customs Union The Customs Union (CU) between Turkey and the European Union, which came into effect on 1 January , has brought changes to the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Customs and Trade.

      The disadvantages of a customs union Loss of economic sovereignty. Members of a customs union are obliged to negotiate collectively with non-members, or organisations like the WTO, as a single group (bloc) of countries. While this is essential to maintain the customs union, it means that members are not free to negotiate individual trade deals. The European Council did not give the green light to the Commission last December when it asked for a mandate to launch talks with Turkey on modernizing the existing Customs Union, due in large part to the strained relationship in the aftermath of the attempted coup in July and questions regarding the outcome of Turkey’s presidential.


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Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union by Glenn W. Harrison Download PDF EPUB FB2

Turkey and the European Union (EU) have agreed to implement a customs union. This means Turkey will eliminate its tariffs and levies on imports of manufactured products from the European Union. Turkey will also apply the EU's common external tariff on imports from third countries. Economic Implications for Turkey stands to gain from Turkey of a Customs Union I to percent of GDP annualy rom the customs with with the the European European Union Union: union arrangement with the European Union.

It also stands to lose about 1. 4 Glenn W. Harrison percent of GDP from lost tariff Thomas F. Rutherford revenues. Applying the value. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW ELSEVIER European Economic Review 41 () Turkey's Customs Union with the EU Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union Glenn W.

Hamson a, Thomas F. Rutherford b, David ^ a University of South Carolina, Columbia, SCUSA b University of Colorado, Boulder, COUSA c The World Cited by: Turkey and the European Union (EU) have agreed to implement a customs union. This means Turkey will eliminate its tariffs and levies on imports on manufactured products from the EU.

Turkey will also apply EU's"common external tariff"on imports from third countries. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harrison, Glenn W. Economic implications for Turkey of a customs union with the European Union. Washington, DC: World Bank, International Economics Dept., International Trade Division, [].

BibTeX @ARTICLE{Harrison97economicimplications, author = {Glenn W. Harrison and Thomas F. Rutherford and David G. Tarr}, title = {Economic Implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union,” European Economic Review}, journal = {European Economic Review}, year = {}, pages = {}}.

Economic implications for Turkey of a customs union with the European Union (English) Abstract. Turkey and the European Union (EU) have agreed to implement a customs union. This means Turkey will eliminate its tariffs and levies on imports on manufactured products from the EU.

Turkey will also apply EU's "common external tariff" on imports from Cited by: Economic Implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union,” European Economic Review. Turkey stands to gain from 1 to percent of GDP annually from the customs union arrangement with the European Union.

It also stands to. "Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: APPLIED TRADE POLICY MODELING IN 16 COUNTRIES Insights and Impacts from World Bank CGE Based Projects, chap pagesWorld Scientific Publishing Co.

Pte. Ltd. Get this from a library. Economic implications for Turkey of a Customs Union with the European Union. [Glenn W Harrison; Thomas Fox Rutherford; David G. The economic implications and the income distribution effects of the customs union (CU) between Turkey and the European Union (EU) have been studied by.

and do not present an official view of the European Commission. Study of the EU-Turkey Bilateral Preferential Trade Framework, Including the Customs Union, and an and their potential implications are not reflected in the analysis. Gravity Model for Measuring Trade Creation and Trade Diversion in the EU-Turkey Customs Union File Size: 2MB.

The key issue is whether Turkey is willing to advance with modernizing the customs union despite the significant impact this could have on the country’s political economy.

The aim to renew the customs union seems to have gained traction among both political and business circles in Turkey. In light of the above, one of the best quality research studies that goes beyond idle speculation and tries to assess the possible implications of Turkey–EU integration is the book Turkey in the European Union, edited by Burrell and Oskam.

The book focuses on agriculture, food and structural policy and includes 12 main chapters in addition to Author: Mustafa Acar. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), presently being negotiated between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), has raised economic concerns for Turkey.

This EU candidate country enjoys preferential access to the European market due to the Customs Union (CU) agreed in   The EU-Turkey customs union also excludes agriculture.

Turkey is not part of the EU’s single market. This means any trade not in strictly industrial goods – be it a telecommunications investment, a business visa, a public procurement tender –. Turkey: Economic Reform and Accession to the European Union.

Editors. Bernard Hoekman and S端bidey Togan. A copublication of the World Bank and the Centre for Economic Policy Research. The EU-Turkey Customs Union (CU) ofwhich applies to industrial goods and the industrial components of processed agricultural products produced in the Community or Turkey, does not cover most of the chapters included in recent trade agreements concluded or under negotiation by the EU.

These chapters include but are not limited to: agriculture, services, government procurement. Turkey has benefited from a customs union with the European Union since the mids, but now is the time for it to be modernised. This column argues that current arrangements should be strengthened by signing a free trade agreement covering agriculture, services, public procurement, investment protection, dispute settlement and sustainable development.

The European Commission asked the Council for a mandate to launch talks with Turkey to modernise the existing year-old EU-Turkey Customs Union. The upgrade of the EU-Turkey trade relation forms an essential part of the efforts made by the EU and Turkey to deepen their relations in key areas of joint interest identified at the EU-Turkey.

This paper seeks to explain why, in Maythe European Union (EU) and Turkey have chosen to modernize their Customs U instead of directly completing nion Turkey’s accession process, how they will most likely do so and the implications thereof, for.and developed.

And in the customs union between Turkey and the European Union was established. According to Appleyard (), a customs union is one of the stages of economic integration and can be described as removal of customs tariffs and other trade barriers.On 31 Decembera 6 March Decision of the EC-Turkey Association Council, established by the Ankara Agreement, to implement a customs union between Turkey and the European Union, came into effect.

Goods may travel between the two entities without any customs restrictions. The Customs Union does not cover essential economic areas such as agriculture, services or public procurement. In a free trade area was established between Turkey .