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GTAP Summary in Excel Programs

Disclaimer and Conditions of Use

  1. To the extent permitted by law, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Productivity Commission and GTAP (Global Trade Analysis Project at Purdue University, USA) (the Agencies) give no warranty of any type, either express or implied, for GTAP summary in Excel and its supporting databases (the Program), and any other material supplied with the Program.

  2. To the extent permitted by law, the entire risk of loss, damage or unsatisfactory performance of the Program rests with any user (the User). In no event will the Agencies be liable for damages, including any general, special, incidental or consequential damages, arising out of the installation of the Program, any attempt to install the Program, the use of the Program, the inability to use the Program, the use of data obtained from the Program or the use of any documentation or other material accompanying the Program.

  3. The numerical data and formulas contained in the Program are provided solely for the purpose of illustrating the capabilities of the GTAP summary in Excel framework. The Agencies give no warranty as to the accuracy, reliability, timeliness or other features of any data contained in the Program or data obtained from using the Program. The numerical data contained in the Program and the output of the Program should not be regarded as representative of any current GTAP data.

  4. The User should rely on the User's own inquiries to determine the current release of GTAP data.

  5. The words, including designations, used in the Program and documents accompanying the Program do not express or imply any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Agencies concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city, or area, or of its authorities or its government, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

  6. The Program is made available to Users for their own use and may be provided or re-disseminated by them to another party. Users who re-disseminate the Program should include the disclosure and conditions of use in its current form with the Program, and identify any modifications made by the user to the Program and Documentation.

  7. The User may modify the Program. However, the Productivity Commission would appreciate being informed of any modifications made by the User and being offered the opportunity to add any extra data and modifications to its version of the Program. When making modifications of the Program available to the Commission, please also identify who created the material contained in the modifications.

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GTAP Summary in Excel Programs

Comments and suggestions about the programs and/or documentation are welcome, and can be referred to Alexandra Strzelecki, email astrzelecki@pc.gov.au.

Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) (external site)