If the 1970s presented one missed opportunity to achieve a truly liberal trade policy
, the 1990s presented a second.
At the same time, he defended his liberal trade policy
during the Musharraf government, but said 'now is the time to protect the industry in order to ensure its revival'.
Speaking of recent trade disputes and protectionist measures implemented in certain countries, which have brought about much uncertainty to the global market, including Asia, the president said Taiwan will continue to uphold a liberal trade policy
and promote regional economic integration through taking part in bilateral or multilateral trade agreements.
Sartaj Aziz said, in 1960 Pakistan was the only country in the region to introduce liberal trade policy
for enhancing trade and investment with the world.
This truly resilient view of the overall development of EU's economy often contradicted the liberal trade policy
, especially after Maastrich inducing mixed results throughout the Union.
The United States has a relatively liberal trade policy
, operates through the rule of law, and governs through transparent processes.
Denmark's active liberal trade policy
in the European Union (EU), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and World Trade Organization largely coincides with U.S.
have backed the Gulf airlines, saying that government action would signal an abandonment of the United States' liberal trade policy
in favor of protectionism.
Membership in the WTO seems to have few privileges in the form of higher trade, but it comes with few responsibilities in terms of more liberal trade policy
(4) However, although the authors recommend liberal trade policy
, they do not test the impact of trade policy (via globalisation) on growth.
Recently, we have seen an attitude shift towards a more liberal trade policy