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personification; portrayed as infantile and tender. [Rom. Myth.: LLEI, I: 322]
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domestically produced automobiles and, hence, that Japanese voluntary export restraints were not binding; pre-1986 results are inconclusive, but consistent with binding voluntary export restraints
Under a voluntary export restraint, the import restriction is administered by the exporting country.
One reason is that the use of other forms of 'administered protection', in particular the use of grey-area measures such as voluntary export restraints (VERs), to provide domestic producers with emergency protection in the face of a sudden surge of imports from new competitors, will become more difficult.
Fourth, unlike previous studies, the authors provide estimates for all NTMs and for individual categories of trade control measures, such as antidumping duty actions, quantitative restrictions, import quotas, and voluntary export restraints.
He ably portrays the costs of AD duties and of the voluntary export restraints that preceded them, and he notes that other countries (including developing ones) have started imitating the United States by imposing similar duties.
trade deficit with Japan for goods in general, and automobiles in particular, set the stage for negotiated voluntary export restraints (VER).
economic relationship has revolved around voluntary export restraints imposed on Japan to reduce its trade surplus with the U.
The drop in the past months apparently reflects voluntary export restraints by major Japanese steelmakers under the threat of antidumping duties.
Daley said the United States will seek voluntary export restraints by Japanese steelmakers to stop the import surge.
Grey-area measures such as voluntary export restraints are to be phased out.

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