International Commercial Policy: Issues for the 1990s

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Mordechai Elihau Kreinin
Taylor & Francis US, 1993 - Political Science - 276 pages
First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

The Uruguay RoundPhase II
21
A Former
29
The Cost to Latin America of Adopting Unfair
37
The World Banks Experience with Trade
51
Super301 and JapanA Dissenting View
65
Domestic Institutional Barriers to Increased U
75
Patterns of Technological Capability
83
Why Firms Countertrade in Overseas
103
The Impact of the CanadaU S Free Trade
171
The Importance of IntraFirm Trade
181
American Companies Responses to the Promotion
191
Evidence on Foreign Direct Investment in
203
Managing Technology in Developing Market
211
Technology Strategies of Japanese Subsidiaries
221
Colombias Experience with Import License
235
A Pooled TimeSeries CrossSectional Analysis
245

Economic Integration the European Economic
115
International Supervision of Multinational
125
U S Firms Acquisitions in Anticipation
135
EC92 and East Asian Trade
149
The Impact of EC1992 on Hungarys Trade
161
The Case
253
The SupplySide Economics of German
261
Index
271
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