trade protection

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: protection - the imposition of duties or quotas on imports in order to protect domestic industry against foreign competitiontrade protection - the imposition of duties or quotas on imports in order to protect domestic industry against foreign competition; "he made trade protection a plank in the party platform"
imposition, infliction - the act of imposing something (as a tax or an embargo)
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Dubbed the Player Trade Protection Program, Majestic Athletic will automatically offer any customer who has purchased an MLB player jersey via www.
The parties had held a preliminary technical meeting regarding the introduction by our state of additional import duties under the Law of Ukraine "On measures to stabilize the balance of payments of Ukraine", adopted by the Parliament in late December," director of the department for cooperation with WTO on trade protection Svitlana Zaitseva.
This is not to say that heading off trade protection, better power production and improving infrastructure at every level will not be discussed.
Itt contains provisions on market access, rules of origin, Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, Technical Barriers to Trade, Trade Protection, Cooperation and Dispute Resolution.
In May 2011, the EU widened the duties to cover more blends and extended the levies to Canada, saying American exporters dodged the trade protection.
Considering the specific examples, the seminar will focus on specific lessons and modern trends in a system of trade protection in selected CIS countries.
Since 2012, due to China's economic slowdown, global economic stagnation and trade protection measures taken by Europe, U.
There are also consumers protection, export expansion, trade protection and security and approval of the House of Representatives.
Another reason for the price rise is a local monopoly that is controlled by a very small group of sugar importers, according to Ali Abdulrahman, an employee in the Trade Protection and Monopoly Prevention Department at the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The verdict seeks to balance demands by European producers such as Solarworld for trade protection and opposition by China, some EU governments and Europe's importers to levies on the renewable-energy technology.
They have also discussed international trade, trade protection measures, unemployment, food security, transparency and growth.
The most interesting and important finding is that trade-induced unemployment and trade-adjustment costs can generate positive levels of trade protection for unorganized industries, even in the presence of political pressure from the organized sectors.