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Britain’s foreign trade problem

  • Donald MacDougall

Abstract

It is universally agreed that unless we can export much more than before the war we shall have to import much less.

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Current Account World Trade Home Production Multilateral Trade Export Trade 
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Notes

  1. 3.
    See, for example, F. W. Paish, in Royal Economic Society Memorandum No. 105, F. A. Friday, in the Bulletin of the Oxford University Institute of Statistics for June, 1946, and Dr. E. C. Snow, in The Times, January 23rd, 1947.Google Scholar

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© Sir Donald MacDougall 1975

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  • Donald MacDougall

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