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Trading Blocs: States, Firms, and Regions in the World Economy Kerry A. Chase http://www.press.umich.edu/titleDetailDesc.do?id=133506 The University of Michigan Press

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steel industry, 49, 53; Asian, 253; British, 72–73, 73, 78–80; EC, 147, 149, 150, 153, 160–61, 163, 172; German, 90–93, 97–103; Japanese, 57, 58, 60–61, 231, 250, 252–53; NAFTA and, 29, 188, 194, 210–11; United States, 112, 113, 119–20 Stykolt, S., 138n23 Sutton, John, 162 Suzuki Motor Corporation, 210, 241 synthetic fibers, 44, 49, 52; Asian produc- tion of, 57, 58, 66, 247–48; European production of, 147, 149, 150, 172; NAFTA and, 29, 188; OAP and, 197; U.S. production of, 112, 114, 120. See also rayon; textile industry Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufactur- ers Association (SOCMA), 116, 117, 124, 125

Taiwan: EU trade restrictions on, 172–73; as Japanese colony, 54n2, 60n8, 63, 67, 68–69; Japanese trade with, 224, 226, 228, 233; Offshore Assembly Program and, 195; steel industry of, 253; textile industry of, 247–48. See also China Tariff Reform movement, 69 Taussig, F. W., 111 Teijin Ltd., 247–48 telecommunications. See electronics industry televisions, 145, 240; European produc- tion of, 147, 152, 154, 163–64; high- definition, 169, 171n33; Japanese pro- duction of, 225, 237–39; NAFTA and, 192–93, 206, 209–10, 217, 265. See also electronics industry; videocassette recorders Texaco, 124 Texas Instruments Inc., 154, 262 textile industry, 52–54, 187; ATC for, 173–74; British, 70–78, 82; European, 154–55, 156, 165–66, 172–73; Japa- nese, 57–68, 223, 231–34, 232–35, 247– 49; MFA for, 155, 165–66, 173–74, 200–201, 213, 215, 218, 248; NAFTA

and, 29, 188, 200–201, 200, 213–15; OAP and, 197–98, 197; United States, 126–27. See also rayon; synthetic fibers Thailand, 55, 227, 239; automotive in- dustry in, 242–43, 242, 246–47; EU trade restrictions on, 172; FDI in, 226; Japanese trade with, 233, 235; rice exports from, 251; Toyota and, 236 Thomson Electronics SA, 152, 160, 164, 169, 171, 174, 176 Thorn-EMI PLC, 160 tire companies, 4, 79, 117, 194, 271; British, 72, 73, 74, 79–81; Canadian, 183, 191; European, 147, 149; German, 91, 92; Japanese, 57, 58; United States, 112, 114, 116, 117, 122, 188 Tobit analysis, 166–68, 168 Toray Industries Ltd., 247–49 Toshiba Corporation, 171, 238, 239 Toshiyuki, Mizoguchi, 61 Toyota Motor Corporation, 57, 61, 67, 224, 241; in Canada, 183, 191, 214, 266; in Europe, 154, 171–72, 263; and NAFTA, 210, 265; in Southeast Asia, 236, 243–47, 244 Trade Adjustment Assistance, 109, 140n31, 182 Trade Expansion Act, 106, 109, 123 trade models: standard, 12, 20–23, 22; strategic, 23–25 trade preferences, 16–23, 17, 22, 40–43, 182; of British industries, 77–83; of German industries, 94–103, 178; of Japanese industries, 62–63, 67–69; of U.S. industries, 115–26 trade-related investment measures (TRIMs), 32, 34, 36, 39–40, 257, 259– 60; ASEAN and, 236, 242–44, 242, 246–47; Canadian, 134–35, 138–40, 183–84, 190–91, 205; EC and, 143, 154, 171–172, 179, 264; GATT and, 182, 184, 218, 269; Japanese, 67–68; UAW and, 246; Mexican, 185, 192–93, 208; NAFTA and, 265, 267. See also rules of origin trade unions. See labor unions

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