The trickle down effects of this decision would shift to people and infant industries
would be largely benefited.
According to Chang, "the practice of protecting infant industries
had existed before, but it was Hamilton who first turned it into a theory and gave it a name (the term 'infant industries
' was invented by him).
The Ministry announced that Government is working on modalities to offer incentives to companies for promoting SMEs to shore up growth of infant industries
The SACU agreement allows the Government of Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia or Swaziland to impose temporal restrictions on goods being imported into their territories for purposes of protecting their budding or infant industries
that are threatened by such imports.
need protection and support but returns must materialize; local niches should be utilized.
The Rajya Sabha member said both the sides should take steps to protect infant industries
The economic historian Douglas Irwin has challenged the argument that nineteenth-century protectionist policy aided the growth of infant industries
in the United States.
Forcing them to open up their markets to provide more export opportunities to Western businesses could threaten the livelihoods of millions of farmers and snuff out infant industries
Subsidies should be directed at infant industries
that will eventually become economic when they reach a sensible scale, not at ageing, expensive and dangerous technologies like nuclear.
We have a large number of infant industries
and a growing export trade.
for hybrid fleets), and tax benefits for commercial models that defray upfront capital costs are among the incentives needed to launch infant industries
and drive market shifts.
However, the disruptions may have had a permanent effect in reallocating resources between domestic infant industries
(such as cotton textiles) and trade-dependent industries (such as shipbuilding).