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Industry and trade in some developing countries: a comparative study

Author: I M D Little; Tibor Scitovsky; Maurice FitzGerald Scott
Publisher: London, New York, Published for the Development Centre of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development by Oxford U.P., 1970.
Series: Industry and trade in some developing countries.
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In this country, and especially since the second world war, industraialization in developing countries has typically ment import substitution. Industries have been set up to produce goods that were previously imported, and these goods have mainly been sold in the home market. Governments have ensured the profitability of these industries by protecting them against competing imports through tariffs and controls.
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Little, Ian Malcolm David.
Industry and trade in some developing countries.
London, New York, Published for the Development Centre of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development by Oxford U.P., 1970
(OCoLC)647515692
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: I M D Little; Tibor Scitovsky; Maurice FitzGerald Scott
ISBN: 0192153358 9780192153357 0192153293 9780192153296
OCLC Number: 105648
Description: xxii, 512 pages 23 cm.
Series Title: Industry and trade in some developing countries.
Responsibility: [by] Ian Little, Tibor Scitovsky [and] Maurice Scott.

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In this country, and especially since the second world war, industraialization in developing countries has typically ment import substitution. Industries have been set up to produce goods that were previously imported, and these goods have mainly been sold in the home market. Governments have ensured the profitability of these industries by protecting them against competing imports through tariffs and controls.

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