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M. Hoekman, O. ), The Fateful Allure of Protectionism: Taking Stock for the G8, CEPR-The World Bank. , M. Fugazza, A. Nicita and M. Olarreaga (2009), “Tariff Changes”, in S. J. M. Hoekman and O. ), The Fateful Allure of Protectionism: Taking Stock for the G8, CEPRThe World Bank. 1. RESPONDING TO THE CRISIS WHILE PROTECTING LONG-TERM GROWTH se _it E d it io nl y D Br o n w (Draft version)”, FSB (2009), “Improving Financial Regulation: Draft Report of the FSB to G20 Leaders Financial Stability Board, Basel, September.
1. X X X X X X X X X X X X Switzerland X Turkey X United Kingdom X United States X X X X X X X X X X Source: OECD (2009f), OECD (2009k). 12 job subsidies. More than three-quarters of countries have implemented some type of programme dedicated to youth and most of the remainder have targeted other vulnerable groups, such as low-skilled workers, temporary workers and small businesses. 6). g. g. g. Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal, Switzerland, Turkey). 2). They should therefore be preferred to 32 ECONOMIC POLICY REFORMS: GOING FOR GROWTH © OECD 2010 RESPONDING TO THE CRISIS WHILE PROTECTING LONG-TERM GROWTH w se _it E d it io e se d ea R O EC Many policy priorities identified in Going for Growth influence not only long-term material living standards but also how economies react to various macroeconomic shocks.
Nevertheless, there has been a 28% increase in anti-dumping actions since 2008, after a long period of gradual decline from 2001 to 2007 (WTO, 2009), and a notable increased use of safeguards since the end of 2008 (EC, 2009b). 8). Retaliatory duties have also been imposed by the European Union, Turkey and the United States in response to anti-dumping cases or as safeguard measures. Besides the European Union (which has decided to extend tariffs on shoe imports from China and Vietnam), three OECD countries (Canada, Turkey and the United States) initiated anti-dumping procedures.