adversarial trade


adversarial trade
межд. эк. торговля на основе противостояния [на основе соперничества\]*, состязательная [противоборствующая\] торговля* (агрессивная внешнеэкономическая стратегия, при которой страна стремится увеличить объемы экспорта, но ограничить объемы собственного импорта, т. е. вести торговлю, нацеленную на формирование положительного платежного баланса)

The Japanese have invented a new kind of trade — adversarial trade, trade like war, trade intended to wipe out the competition. — Японцы изобрели новый вид торговли — состязательную торговлю, торговлю, подобную войне, торговлю, нацеленную на уничтожение конкуренции.

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Англо-русский экономический словарь.

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