An Assessment of Trade and Industrial Policy, 1986-1988
Since the Aquino Administration has taken over in 1996, further trade reforms have been instituted. Many more items are liberalized and barriers removed. This paper attempts to assess the state of trade and industrial policy and analyze the reforms that have been implemented. Trade and industrial reforms are then evaluated in terms of their consistency to the objectives and the feasibility and quality of their impacts.
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- Joseph Y. Lim, 1985. "The Distributive Implications of Export-Led Industrialization in a Developing Economy," UP School of Economics Discussion Papers 198514, University of the Philippines School of Economics.
- Medalla, Erlinda M., 1988. "A General Assessment of Foreign Trade Barriers to Philippine Exports," Working Papers WP 1988-01, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
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