UDC 339.5(082)

THE IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICIES ON DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ EXPORTS

Akue Bela Damian Olama
Don State Technical University
graduate student, Department of World Economy and International Economic Relations

Abstract
Trade policy and other components of the government's economic policies affect foreign trade and could be crucial to the economic prospects of developing countries. The author makes a review of the results of scientific studies on the effect of the global crisis and international policies on foreign trade of developing countries.
Studies done in the years 2009-2016 show that in the first place the greatest economic damage inflicted on developing countries customs protectionist measures in developed countries. Falling demand and domestic economic policy measures played a secondary role in reducing exports from developing countries.

Keywords: developing countries, international trade, protectionism, the global economic crisis


Article reference:
The impact of international trade policies on developing countries' exports // Economics and innovations management. 2017. № 2 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://ekonomika.snauka.ru/en/2017/02/13994

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