Production Subsidy

Production Subsidy

A subsidy a government provides to an industry in order to enable it to make more of a product. For example, a government may provide production subsidies to a munitions factory so that it can double the armaments it produces. Production subsidies generally are used in import-substitution industrialization.
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To further ensure timely payment of cane dues in the current sugar season, the Government has decided to provide a production subsidy @ of Rs.
He also announced $670,000 in grants for 60 coffee farmers that will be available through a production subsidy program.
However, when production taxes are present, in addition to import tariffs and consumption taxes, this result holds under the assumption that all imported goods are burdened with a net production subsidy, that is, [lambda] < 0.
The broadcaster hopes to entice smaller suppliers by offering a production subsidy for new advertisers.
We ignored potential market distortions apart from the ethanol production subsidy.
This 'draft possible modalities on agriculture' outlines solutions for all the key issues of the long running free trade negotiations, from tariff reductions to domestic production subsidy cuts.
Defra introduced the scheme this year as part of its policy to replace production subsidy payments and reward farmers for carrying out environmental work.
Today it is a moral outrage, a food production subsidy that is starving millions.
If, for example, sheep farming was stopped in Hedmark's forest zone, the primary economic loss to the area would be the loss of the production subsidy payments which amounts to about US$ 1.
Traditional policies based on production subsidy and supply controls are bumping up costs and prices as well as failing farmers.
Ethanol enjoys a fifty-four cents per gallon taxpayer-funded production subsidy.

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