Report Number

1996-003

Abstract

The outcome of trade policies to increase access for foreign firms to the home country's market is shown to be sensitive to the implementation procedure used. The importance of the timing of moves between governement and firms is highlighted by focusing on taxes and subsidies to implement minimum market share requirements.

Keywords

International Trade, Trade, Commerical Policy, Taxation, Subsidies, International Agreements, Foreign Investments

Date of this Version

1-1-1996

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