Voluntary Import Expansion(redirected from Voluntary Import Expansions)
Voluntary Import Expansion
A change in a country's policies to allow more imports. Examples include lowering tariffs or dropping import quotas. Voluntary import expansion may occur as part of a trade agreement with another country, in which both partners move to expand imports, or it may be a result of international pressure. See also: Economic imperialism.
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