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한국과 대만 경제에서의 동업자단체의 역할(The role of trade associations in the Korean and Taiwanese economies) : 1950-1980

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Title 한국과 대만 경제에서의 동업자단체의 역할(The role of trade associations in the Korean and Taiwanese economies)
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1950-1980

Material Type Articles
Author(Korean)

박섭

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[서울]:한국경제학회

Date 2007
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 경제학연구:vol. 55(no. 1)
Pages 30
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Taiwan(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Employment
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Abstract

The Korean and Taiwanese governments collaborated with the Korean and Taiwanese cotton industry trade associations between 1950 and 1980 for price stability, production increase, and export quota allocation. The Korean government also collaborated for export increase. For price stability, the two governments requested cotton industry trade associations production increase, direct transaction of cotton goods with other trade associations, and direct sales of cotton goods to consumers. To increase production and export, the Korean government even assigned production and export duty. The Taiwanese government ordered trade associations to distribute raw cotton and yarn to companies only with enough production capability. There were differences between the two governments as well. In the allocation of export quota and raw cotton, the Korean government formed comprehensive cooperation with trade associations. However, the Taiwanese government formed cooperation in the a limited range.