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VRAVolta River Authority
VRAVoting Rights Act of 1965
VRAVulcan Riders Association (motorcycle club)
VRAVariable Rate Application
VRAVolunteer Rescue Association ( Australia)
VRAVisual Resources Association
VRAVirtual Register Allocation
VRAVaradero, Cuba - Juan Gualberto Gomez (Airport Code)
VRAVoluntary Restraint Agreement
VRAVulnerability Risk Assessment
VRAVirginia Recycling Association
VRAVeterans Recruitment Appointment
VRAVoice Risk Analysis
VRAVampire Rights Amendment (True Blood; TV show)
VRAVariable Rate Audio
VRAVeterans' Recruitment Act
VRAVacation Rental Advertising (various locations)
VRAVocational Rehabilitation Act of 1793
VRAVeterans' Readjustment Authority
VRAVeteran's Readjustment Appointment
VRAVeterans' Recruitment Authority
VRAVolatile Removal Assembly
VRAVoyage Repair Availability (US DoD)
VRAVegetable Rights Association
VRARough Airspeed (aviation)
VRAValidated Requirements Authority
VRAVibration Resistant Anchor (construction)
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had to resort to a complicated trigger price mechanism to fend off foreign competition and in the 1980s to negotiating voluntary restraint agreements with our trading partners to avoid pursuing antidumping cases against them.
That means fewer subsidies to farmers in advanced nations, combined with lower tariffs on farm products from the third world and fewer barriers (including "voluntary restraint agreements") to textile and steel imports from poor nations.
The two popular ways to act out in the 1980s in the face of protectionist pressures were to enter into voluntary restraint agreements or quota agreements with exporting countries and to launch these Section 301 cases, where we threaten to impose unilateral sanctions [against] countries that don't go our way.
steelmakers' market share, union and management linked arms to pursue a protectionist strategy, persuading government to adopt Voluntary Restraint Agreements and other measures designed to limit steel imports.
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