Import tariffs and export subsidies in the World Trade Organization: A small-country approach
AbstractThis paper develops a simple small-country model to explain why the World Trade Organization (WTO) prohibits export subsidies but allows import tariffs
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Export subsidy agreement; import tariff; WTO;
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