U.S. Programs Benefiting the Importing Buyer

  • Victor H. Pooler
Part of the VNR Materials Management/Logistics Series book series (CHMMLS)

Abstract

Trade policies affect rates of duty charged. Penalties imposed on exporting nations take the form of higher duties that hurt the buyer. In similar fashion, benefits may be given to other nations that give buyers reduced costs. The result is that buying decisions enforce the intended aim to encourage or discourage imports.

Keywords

Free Trade Transfer Price Trade Zone Much Favored Nation Global Purchasing 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1992

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  • Victor H. Pooler

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