Trade and economic growth , Microeconomics


Foreign trade has worked as an 'engine of growth' in the past (witness Great Britain in the 19th century and Japan in the 20th, besides others), and even in more recent times the "outward-oriented growth strategy" adopted by the Newly Industrialising Economies of Asia, viz., Hong Kong, (now a special administered area of China), Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, and South Korea, has enabled them to overcome the constraints of small resource-poor under-developed economies.   

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