tariff walls


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tariff walls

pl (Econ) → Zollschranken pl
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This indicates how closely integrated the US and its trading partners have been and erecting high tariff walls and resorting to other protectionist measures is bound to hurt not only ASEAN but the US as well.
He has shown his resolve to erect high tariff walls to protect American companies.
As much as 75 percent of Philippine exports to the US are already entitled to zero duty or preferential duty under the US-GSP scheme, but Rodolfo said there are still other products such as garments and textile, wristwatches and agricultural exports like carrageenan and seaweed with higher tariff walls.
If there is one common thing that characterizes the run-of-the-mill emerging market economy, it is its policymakers' distrust of free trade and their predilection for high tariff walls that might benefit the favored few.
But almost in the next breath, she implied that her country would be severing its links with the European Union in a manner that may well result in the construction of new tariff walls and will certainly require prolonged trade negotiations.
The tariff walls of the EU are ready to fall, as they did in Jericho.
Reduction in tariff rates during late 1980s and 1990s: Since 1988, Pakistan has been following a comprehensive reform program with a strong emphasis on competitive trade, decrease in tariff walls and opening up of the domestic market.
A few years ago, he overrode President Ahmadi-nejad, who had lowered the tariff on foreign cars to punish Iranian automakers for hiding behind high tariff walls to produce shoddy products.
Tariff walls protect nonprofitable industries and weaken dynamic profitable ones.
In fact, the Asean will be bringing down tariff walls to zero or practically zero for almost all products grown or manufactured in the region.
Australian manufacturers exported products worth more than $2 billion to China last year despite that country s high tariff walls.
The development of an industry in a captive market and under tariff walls is no more possible.