Responses of Exporting Countries to Tariff Quotas

  • Michael Rom
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series


As a tariff quota is an instrument of an importing country, discussion is liable to centre on the details of its operation there and the effect it could have on that particular country. Problems posed by the administration of such a quota, when examined from the viewpoint of an exporting country, are frequently overlooked and are not given the attention they deserve. As many of these are not self-evident they need to be explored more fully.


Foreign Exchange Export Price Tariff Rate Insurance Cost Commercial Policy 
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© Michael Rom and the Trade Policy Research Centre 1979

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  • Michael Rom

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