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The increase in investment abroad during the past two decades may help explain the simultaneous worldwide rush toward free trade. The entry of foreign capital may change the political game, increasing openness to international trade no matter what form the foreign capital takes (whether entering by acquiring equity in existing domestic firms or by bringing foreign firms into the host economy) or what its trade orientation (whether it enters the export or import-competing sector).
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Get this from a library. Foreign-owned capital and endogenous tariffs. [M Olarreaga; World Bank. Development Research Group. Trade.] -- The increase in investment abroad during the past two decades may help explain the simultaneous worldwide rush toward free trade. The entry of foreign capital may change the political game.
In a model of endogenous determination of trade protection through lobbying - where the government is also concerned about income redistribution among owners of foreign and national factors of production - foreign capital's entry into a host country will probably reduce the endogenous level of protection.
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ports tariffs, which have the longest expiration period of either country at 30 years. About 6 percent of product lines will maintain tariffs of 20 or more or speciﬁ c tariffs in both Japan and the United States in the early years of the TPP.
Most of the tariffs that are not eliminated immediately will be reduced over a timetable of between.This is an area that I spent 35 years advising US companies about. The decision about whether to move a factory abroad or somewhere else within the US is a very complex decision.
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