Integrated logistics services around the world (Door to Door)
Integrated logistics services around the world
Our services are backed by more than 55 years of experience
We provide integrated logistics chain solutions.
We have presence in the principal ports of the Mexican Republic
Definitive imports and exports,tariff code clasification,inland transder and more.
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We operate offices in China en Mexico
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Sunday, January 10, 2016
Do better international logistics reduce trade costs, raising a developing country's exports? Yes, but the magnitude of the effect depends on the country's size. The authors apply a gravity model that accounts for firm heterogeneity and multilateral resistance to a comprehensive new international logistics index.
A one-standard deviation improvement in logistics is equivalent to a 14 percent reduction in distance. An average-sized developing country would raise exports by about 36 percent. Most countries are much smaller than average however, so the typical effect is 8 percent. This difference is chiefly due to multilateral resistance: it is bilateral trade costs relative to multilateral trade costs that matter for bilateral exports, and multilateral resistance is more important for small countries.
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