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High income OECD countries Compared by Economy > Trade > Tariffs > Binding coverage > All products

DEFINITION: Binding coverage is the percentage of product lines with an agreed bound rate. Bound rates result from trade negotiations incorporated into a country's schedule of concessions and are thus enforceable.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Chile 100% 2006
=2 Belgium 99.98% 2008
=2 Italy 99.98% 2008
=2 Portugal 99.98% 2008
=2 Estonia 99.98% 2008
=2 Denmark 99.98% 2008
=2 Sweden 99.98% 2008
=2 Ireland 99.98% 2008
=2 Luxembourg 99.98% 2008
=2 Austria 99.98% 2008
=2 Czech Republic 99.98% 2008
=2 Finland 99.98% 2008
=2 France 99.98% 2008
=2 Spain 99.98% 2008
=2 Poland 99.98% 2008
=2 Slovenia 99.98% 2008
=2 Germany 99.98% 2008
=2 Netherlands 99.98% 2008
=2 Greece 99.98% 2008
=2 Slovakia 99.98% 2008
=2 United Kingdom 99.98% 2008
=2 Norway 99.98% 2007
23 United States 99.96% 2007
24 New Zealand 99.94% 2006
25 Switzerland 99.76% 2007
26 Canada 99.68% 2008
27 Japan 99.66% 2005
28 Australia 97.07% 2007
29 Iceland 95.04% 2006
30 Israel 75% 2006

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