3 edition of Report on medical equipment and pharmaceuticals market-oriented, sector-selective (MOSS) discussions found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the U.S. and Japan MOSS negotiating teams to Minister for Foreign Affairs Abe [and] Secretary of State Shultz.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of the Treasury.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[iv], 39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
Born in Newcastle, England. Began career at sea. Dockmaster at the Old Dock, Liverpool, England. the Old Dock, Liverpool, England. – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: dZDc1Z. Medical device-related trade issues with Japan are being addressed in the Market-Oriented, Sector-Selective (MOSS) Agreement signed on January 9, It has served since then as the basis for continuous bilateral discussions to improve market access for American exporters of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and medical devices.
Market-Oriented Sector Selective (MOSS) negotiations started in January , with the U.S. government exerting pressure on the Japanese government to remove cumbersome regulations in telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment, electronics, and wood products (later extended to transport equipment and supercomputers). U.S. TRADE-RELATED AGREEMENTS I. Agreements That Have Entered Into Force Following is a list of trade agreements entered into by the United States since and monitored by the Office of the United States Trade Representative for compliance.
Since then and during the development,Sonka quickly stands in the front line among the Members of China Medical Pharmaceutical Material Association upon the quality and sales capability. Headquartered with R&D center and Factory in Shenzhen city,Sonka has obtained more than 30 proprietary technologies with a direction of market-oriented. access. Among these were the market-oriented and sector-selective (MOSS) talks held between Japanese and American officials in that aimed to remove barriers to market access Business organisations such as the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association in the United States and the European Business Council in Europe also.
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Japan Report On Medical Equipment And Pharmaceuticals Market-Oriented, Sector-Selective (MOSS) Discussions () REPORT ON Medical Equipment and Pharmaceuticals. Market-Oriented, Sector-Selective (MOSS) Discussions.
by the U. and Japan MOSS Negotiating Teams. January 9, [Letter to] Minister for Foreign Affairs Shintaro Abe. Report on medical equipment and sector-selective book market-oriented, sector-selective (MOSS) discussions.
(OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
Department of the Treasury. OCLC Number: REPORT ON THE U.S.-JAPAN. MARKET-ORIENTED, SECTOR-SELECTIVE DISCUSSIONS. ON MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND PHARMACEUTICALS.
This agreement is commonly known as the "MOSS", because the approach that was adopted by the negotiators was called "Market-Oriented, Sector-Selective". The MOSS agreement was signed on January 9, It has served since. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO assessed the results of the Market-Oriented Sector-Selective (MOSS) talks between the United States and Japan, focusing on how the talks helped U.S.
firms to conduct business in found that U.S. business representatives: (1) were generally positive about the outcome of the MOSS talks; (2) believed that the high-level government.
In response to a congressional request, GAO evaluated U.S. initiatives to further open Japanese markets and reduce nontariff barriers, focusing on the effects of the Market-Oriented Sector-Selective (MOSS) talks on the telecommunications and pharmaceuticals and medical equipment industries.
This report responds to your request that we assess the results of the Market-Oriented Sector-Selective (MOSS) talks and, specifically, medical equipment/ pharmaceuticals, electronics, forestry products, and transportation machinery.
As you requested, we did not obtain official agency comments on this report. However, we. Internationalization of the Japanese Pharmaceutical Regulations and Environment - Volume 2 Issue 4 - Klaus Kran. Skip to main content.
1 Prior to the s, Japan’s pharmaceutical firms had been sheltered by protectionist policies. In certain industries, such as automobile or consumer electronics, Japan had managed to develop competitive advantages over its. The market-oriented sector selective (MOSS) talks constituted a bilateral forum for seeking improvements in Japanese market access for various American products.
The U.S. Government Accounting Office (GAO) stated that limited progress was made in opening the telecommunications sector, easing requirements for medical equipment and pharmaceutical.
In trade discussions conducted under the auspices of the Market- Oriented, Sector-Selective (MOSS) Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Agreement, the U.S. Government (USG) has asked Japanese Government authorities to take measures to prevent redundant regulatory review by PMDEC and JAAME in the approval of me-too medical devices.
The current crisis has also brought to the forefront new economic opportunities in the areas of digital technology, retail, health-technology and education-technology services; and global demand in areas such as pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, and protective gear.
These opportunities can provide new growth levers for India, the report adds. GAO also found that the MOSS talks achieved varying levels of success in reducing or eliminating Japanese trade barriers in various sectors, including: (1) major changes in the telecommunications sector, such as increased access and elimination of many restrictive regulations; (2) easing of requirements for medical equipment and pharmaceutical Format: Paperback.
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Dept. of the Treasury. On 2 JanuaryPresident Reagan and Prime Minister Nakasone specifically identified pharmaceutical and medical equipment trade as one of four important sectors in the market-oriented, sector-selective (MOSS) talks that followed.
In Januarythe U.S. and Japan MOSS negotiating teams issued a final report. The market-oriented sector selective talks (MOSS) were held between the United States and Japan in Topic were trade frictions on four product areas: forest products, telecommunications equipment and services, electronics, and pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
The talks were aimed at routing out all overt and informal barriers to imports in these areas, especially on the Japanese side. Currently, United States manufacturers wishing to import medical de vices into Japan must obtain two forms of permission: a license (kyoka) Id. § (e)(2). U.S.
Exports, supra note 1. Report on Médical Equipment and Pharmaceuticals, Market-Oriented, Sector-Selective. The report says furthering such reforms will help put the economy back on a 7 per cent growth path.
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This study proposes a research framework of a successful outsourcing process composed of resources, dynamic capabilities and created values, from a review of relevant literature and in-depth case study of four leading medical device firms.In the United States government initiated intensive talks with Japan on four product areas: forest products, telecommunications equipment and services, electronics, and pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
The Market Oriented Sector Selective (MOSS) talks were aimed at routing out all overt and informal barriers to imports in these areas.