Production Subsidy

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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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Instead of production subsidies, governments should focus on making renewable energy cheaper and competitive through research and development.
The quotas were introduced in the mid-1980s to staunch the infamous milk lakes and butter mountains that had built up on the back of generous European Union production subsidies.
This will amount to foreseeable, increased production subsidies.
We need only one goal and that should be to let the emissions trading steer energy efficiency and renewables' development, phase out the production subsidies and limit the role of public interventions in research, development and demonstration of new technologies.
Production subsidies lower the cost of energy generation through preferential tax treatments and direct financial transfers (grants to producers and preferential loans).
Distinguishing between "hard aid" (capital projects) and "soft aid" (technical advice), he presents a survey of the evolution, motivations, and consequences of foreign aid, and analysis of the negative impact of donor country's trade barriers and production subsidies and the reasons for their failure.
The meeting reviewed workflow in the gum Arabic sector as well as ways to develop it in terms of production, production subsidies, export and the role of cooperative societies in supporting gum Arabic producers.
The UK wants farm production subsidies to be reduced in the new CAP to create a more competitive farming industry that is not reliant on any direct subsidies.
The Government, as Cerepnalkovski stressed, demonstrated willingness to reprogram green house production subsidies.
But, given the scrutiny that all expiring tax credits are coming under this session, the House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development chose Friday to not recommend an exact cap on the film and television production subsidies, and to scrap the proposal for sweetening the deal for productions hiring Oregon residents.

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