A Formal Estimation of the Effect of the MFA on Clothing Exports from LDCs, Issue 455
International Economics Department, World Bank, 1990 - Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles - 32 pages
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Bangladesh bilateral billion higher binding quotas binding rate Category clothing exports clothing shipments clothing trade coefficients of demand Computer files demand functions demand price domestic producers EC market EC producers EFFECTS OF LIBERALIZATION elasticity of substitution endogenous variables equation equilibrium conditions Goto Hong Kong IMPORTS OF CLOTHING l+tus LDCs effectively restricted LDCs restricted LIBERALIZATION OF CLOTHING Maldives market is higher MFA coverage MFA quotas MFA restrictions obtained percent present paper QD,EC quota markup quotas and tariffs quotas were removed Removal of MFA Removal of Quotas restricted by binding Romania sensitivity analysis shipments of clothing simultaneous removal Sri Lanka subject to MFA Suppliers Value supply functions supply price textiles and clothing Total Imports trade diversion trade liberalization trade suppressing effect Trela and Whalley Trela-Whalley U.S. and EC U.S. market U.S. producers Unilateral Removal United unrestricted developing countries unrestricted LDCs Uruguay value of clothing value of shipments value of supply