contingent protection

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Instruments of import restriction which are not actually used unless they are thought to be needed, but are available should a domestic industry be threatened by a surge of imports. This includes measures such as anti-dumping duties. Contingent protection is a disincentive to suppliers from less developed countries investing in building up markets in industrial countries.

Subjects: Economics.

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