Exporting Automotive Components
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Exporting Automotive Components

An Answer Book for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

This publication is the ultimate question and answer book for small and medium-sized enterprises interested in exporting automobile components. It contains information on types of automotive parts, export market, and ways to capture the automobile components market. Other topics covered by this publication include the fundamentals of exporting, information sources on industry trends, buyers and suppliers, Internet directories, e-commerce and online procurement, and packaging and labeling.

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What balancing factors can firms in developing countries use to enable them to compete with exporters from countries which subsidize labour, production and manufacturing costs? You do not have access to this content

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Firms in developing countries have recourse to an extremely small range of measures to help them to compete in third markets with subsidized products from other countries. Other than asking their own governments to grant similar subsidies (which, in view of the limited resources in developing countries, is rather difficult), the exporters may request their authorities to bring the matter before WTO.

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