OECD Trade Policy Studies Environmental Requirements and Market Access: US Import Procedures for Gasoline
This chapter discusses how the US Gasoline Rule, which aimed to reduce pollutants in gasoline in order to meet environmental goals, affected foreign refiners seeking access to the US market. It shows how the targets exporting countries are required to meet in order to access the US market were defined and the procedures that have been adopted. It brings out the importance of addressing market access effects for key developing‐country exporters when developing the regulations.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 2005-11-01