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Increased Protection in the 1980's: Exchange Rates and Institutions

  • Stallings, David A.
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    Paper provided by International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium in its series 1990: The Environment, Government Policies, and International Trade Meeting, December 1990, San Diego, CA with number 50885.

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