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EU - Market Access Database





Overview from href="">FAQ:

The Market Access Database is an important operational tool of the European Union's Market Access Strategy, supporting a continuous three-way exchange of information between the EU institutions, Member States and European business. The Market Access Strategy is a key pillar of the EU's Trade Policy which aims to reduce the obstacles faced by European exporters of goods and services. The Market Access Database is a free, interactive, easy to use service providing: Information about Market Access conditions in non-EU countries.

  > * A systematic way for the European Commission to follow up complaints from businesses about barriers to trade in non-EU countries.
  > * A means of ensuring that our trading partners are abiding by their international commitments.
  > * Better input for defining the EU's trade policy objectives on further trade liberalisation in the framework of the World Trade Organisation (e.g. Doha Development Agenda) and new free trade agreements between the EU and preferential partners (e.g. EU - MERCOSUR).

Access Access to material via search interfaces, including:

     href="">Complaint register

     href="">Applied Tariff Database

     href="">Trade Barriers Database

     href="">SPS Database

     href="">Statistical Database

Openness Free to be re-used as long as attribution is given. The href="">Copyright notice on the European Commission website states:

Reproduction is authorised, provided the source is acknowledged, save where otherwise stated.

Where prior permission must be obtained for the reproduction or use of textual and multimedia information (sound, images, software, etc.), such permission shall cancel the above-mentioned general permission and shall clearly indicate any restrictions on use.

Access to the Exporter's Guide and Applied Tariffs sections is limited to those within EU countries:

Access to the Sectoral and Trade Barriers Database, SPS Database, Statistics and Studies sections is free. However, information in the Exporter's Guide and Applied Tariffs sections is restricted to users in the Member States of the European Union and Acceding or Candidate Countries. From a technical point of view, if the computer on which your browser is running is not directly connected to the internet via an Internet Service Provider located in one of those countries, then you are prohibited from viewing the Exporter's Guide and Applied Tariffs data for any purpose.