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Protection Essay

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Discuss the effects of protectionist policies on the Australian economy, HSC 2011

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Business Economics International relations International trade International economics Free trade Protectionism Export Tariff Dumping Subsidy Non-tariff barriers to trade
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Business Economics International relations International trade International economics Free trade Protectionism Export Tariff Dumping Subsidy Non-tariff barriers to trade
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Tariffs, quotas, subsidies are the main protectionist policies and allow countries such as Australia to shield their infant industries, prevent dumping and avoid an increase in short-term domestic unemployment and an overreliance on other economies for basic items. The Australian Government has gradually attempted to remove protectionist policies because their continued implementation reduces trade, productivity, economic growth potential and living standards. While this microeconomic reform will increase Australia’s capacity to grow in the long-term, other nations continue to shield their domestic markets to foreign competition, which has a severe impact on export-based economies, like Australia. There are three main protectionist policies used in the global economy and Australia: tariffs, subs...
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