Rent-sharing in the multi-fibre arrangement : evidence from U.S. - Hong Kong trade in apparel
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KeywordsEconomic Theory&Research; Access to Markets; Markets and Market Access; Health Economics&Finance; TF054105-DONOR FUNDED OPERATION ADMINISTRATION FEE INCOME AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT;
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