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Author: Delbert A. Fitchett
ISBN13: 978-0821310694
Title: Agricultural Trade Protectionism in Japan (World Bank Discussion Papers)
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Language: English
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Publisher: World Bank (May 1, 1988)
Pages: 49

Agricultural Trade Protectionism in Japan (World Bank Discussion Papers) by Delbert A. Fitchett



Fitchett, Delbert A. Publication, Distribution, et. Washington, . Physical Description: 49 p. ;, 28 cm. Series Statement: World Bank discussion papers, 0259-210X ; 28. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 46-49. Uniform Title: World Bank discussion papers ; 28. Rubrics: Agriculture and state Japan Import quotas Protectionism. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Agricultural trade protectionism in Japan : a survey, Delbert A. Fitchett.

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Agricultural Trade Protectionism in Japan: A Survey. Notes: Libya and Saudi Arabia are included only in the total. These papers c-ary the names of the authors, reflect only their views, and should be used and cited accordingly. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions ae the authors' ow. hey should notbeattributed to theWorld Bank, its Board of Directors,itsmanagement, or anyof its menmbercountries.

As the expert agency in trade and trade policy, the Board pro-vides the Government with analyses and background material, related to ongoing international trade negotiations as well as more structural or long-term analyses of trade related issues. There are worrying indications that protectionism is on the rise again.

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Protectionism is widespread in agricultural trade. As a consequence, world markets are distorted and unstable. Constraints on these policies are now openly being discussed in the GATT Uruguay Round. Regional trade blocs are also coming to terms with the problems of agricultural trade. And a number of countries are unilaterally liberalizing agricultural trade as a part of their economic reform program.

Trade protectionism is how countries raise tariffs and reduce imports to protect their domestic industries but their pros outweigh their cons. Trade Protectionism and Its Methods With Examples, Pros, and Cons. Why Protectionism Feels So Good but Is So Wrong. Updated January 21, 2019. Trade protectionism is a type of policy that limits unfair competition from foreign industries. It's a politically motivated defensive measure.

Trade Liberalization and Poverty. The processes of economic liberalization and protectionism have returned, on the base of recession, in the foreground of discussions both at national and international level. The literature characterises African states as unable to subvert pressure from the World Bank to liberalise their economies.