Recent U.S. export performance in the developing world
U.S. exports to developing countries have grown remarkably in recent years, far outpacing our sales increases to the industrial world. The author seeks explanations for this strong performance in the traditional determinants of export growth—relative prices and income growth—and in other factors linking world economic conditions to developing country demand for U.S. goods.
Volume (Year): (1992)
Issue (Month): Win ()
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