62.According to Paul Krugman, a country that attempts to use strategic trade policy to establish a domesticfirm in a dominant position in a global industry, is most likely to A. dominate the industry.B. move away from protectionism.C. provoke retaliation.D. incur huge financial debts.E. upset the special-interest groups within the economy.Paul Krugman argues that a strategic trade policy aimed at establishing domestic firms in a dominant position in a global industry is a beggar-thy-neighbor policy that boosts national income at the expense of other countries. A country that attempts to use such policies will probably provoke retaliation.C63.According to Krugman, which of the following best indicates the dangers of a strategic trade policy?
64.According to Krugman, the ideal way for a country to respond, when the foreign competitors of its companies are already being supported by government subsidies, is probably not to engage in retaliatory action, but to
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