An Economic Analysis of Trade Friction: Economic Effects of the Dumping Control and the Result-Oriented Trade Policy
Japanese Economy, 1992, vol. 21, issue 1, 39-88
This paper reviews the general movement of trade friction and its background (Section 2). We will point out that, in the background of the emergence of the worldwide trade friction centered around Japan, there have been a rapid growth of export from Japan, a drastic change in the comparative advantage structure, the persistence of external imbalance, and the low degree of market penetration by imports. Also, we will point out that, on the side of importing countries, there has been a gradual change in the principle of trade policy from free trade to free and "fair" trade.
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