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El Proteccionismo No Arancelario Y La Coyuntura Económica: El Caso Colombiano Reciente (1990-2005)

  • Edgar Trujillo C.

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  • Carlos Esteban Posada

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Los economistas han identificado el desarrollo de un nuevo tipo de proteccionismo comercial basado en el uso de barreras no arancelarias a las importaciones. La razón de este nuevo proteccionismo es la extensión adquirida por los acuerdos de libre comercio. Este documento revisa la experiencia colombiana (1990- 2005) relativa a este nuevo proteccionismo, específicamente las solicitudes y aplicaciones de mecanismos de carácter transitorio, a saber, medidas anti-dumping y salvaguardias. De los resultados del ejercicio econométrico puede deducirse que: a) las medidas proteccionistas no arancelarias de carácter transitorio, y sus solicitudes, dependen de dos factores: el grado de penetración de las importaciones y la tasa de crecimiento del PIB real, y b) las medidas anti-dumping hacen parte del nuevo proteccionismo, también en Colombia, a pesar de su origen j urídico y de su propósito formal.

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