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Adaptation a la concurrence des importations : effets du commerce avec les pays a bas salaires sur le portefeuille de produits des etablissements manufacturiers canadiens

  • Lileeva, Alla
  • Baldwin, John R.

Le present document decrit la facon dont les etablissements de fabrication canadiens s'adaptent a la concurrence croissante des importations en provenance de pays a bas salaires en modifiant leur portefeuille de produits. Nous faisons la distinction dans l'analyse entre les produits

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