As South Korea shows, active participation in international trade does not require free trade. Indeed, had South Korea pursued free trade and not promoted infant industries, it would not have become a major trading nation. It would still be exporting raw materials (e.g., tungsten ore, fish, seaweed) or low-technology, low-price products (e.g., textiles, ...
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8. Making the Sale: Proposals, Shipping, Payment, and Trade Finance
Raymond A. Hopkins1
(1)Chandler, Arizona, USA
The original version of this chapter was revised. An erratum to the chapter can be found at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3114-2_17