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RA 11203, or the rice trade liberalization law, deregulated the NFA and limited it to a buffer-stocking agency.
He said the Retail Trade Liberalization Act of 2000 currently requires a minimum paid-up capital of US$2.5-million for a 100-percent foreign ownership of a retail business.
There are some internal and external costs of trade liberalization attached along with its benefits.
The fiscal implications of trade liberalization are very sensitive debate especially in the context of underdeveloped countries and Rodrik (1998) regarded the fiscal severity created as a result of trade liberalization as a time bomb.
The book presents the very first attempt to comprehensively employ Alan Winter's framework to investigate the impact of trade liberalization and poverty in Vietnam.
To evaluate the effect of trade liberalization on the Tehran Stock Exchange, research has focused on seven areas.
In particular, the analysis will focus on the macroeconomic and welfare linkages of trade liberalization and climate change impacts in terms of trade (TOT) flows and production impacts globally and more specifically in Morocco and Turkey.
The Asia-Pacific Forum is one such forum in which influential opinion leaders among the ASEAN+6 countries get together and discuss how to promote trade liberalization through regional as well as bilateral FTAs.
The economic critique of free trade theory, in contrast, questions the assumption of a level playing field and conclusion regarding the distribution of gains and costs from trade liberalization. Critics warn of the effect of free trade on infant industries vital to long-term competitiveness.
This work examines the trade integration policies of the Southern African Development Association (SADC), with special focus on whether its trade liberalization regime has produced significant economic growth.
Over the last 30 years we have witnessed developments in trade liberalization and financial development.
Chapter 1 sets the stage with some reflections of the relevance of analyzing the interrelationship between trade liberalization and poverty in the context of South Asia.