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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

Index 301

chemical industry, 29, 44, 49, 52–53, 187, 194; British, 72, 73, 74, 79–80; Euro- pean, 147, 148, 150, 162, 172; German, 90–100, 91, 92, 103, 121; Japanese, 57, 61, 68, 231, 234, 235, 252–53; NAFTA and, 218; OAP and, 197; United States, 97, 112–14, 118–26, 188 Chemical Manufacturers Association, 205, 208 Chile, 222, 255 China, 62–63, 239; European exports of, 166, 173; Japanese trade with, 224, 227, 232–37, 233, 234, 252, 260; Man- churia and, 54n2, 55, 60–63, 67–69, 224; textile industry of, 247–49. See also Taiwan Chrysler Corporation, 121, 122; APTA and, 137–40, 139n26, 140; NAFTA and, 198, 210 Citroën SA. See PSA Group Coca-Cola Company, 155 Cockerill Sambre SA, 150 Comitextil, 175, 177 Committee of Common Market Motor Vehicle Constructors (CCMC), 163, 175 Committee of European Copier Manu- facturers (CECOM), 170–71 Committee of Professional Agricultural Organizations, 175, 177 Common Effective Preferential Tariff, 244 Computer and Communications Indus- try Association, 205 computer industry, 31, 44; European market and, 147, 151–52, 160, 164–65, 262–63; FDI and, 194; Japanese, 234– 40; NAFTA and, 29, 188, 192–93, 209–10, 217; OAP and, 195–96, 197; United States, 120. See also electronics industry Conseil Européen des Fédérations de l’Industrie Chimique (CEFIC), 162, 175 Convention for European Economic Cooperation (1948), 144

Co-Prosperity Sphere (Japan), 48, 50, 69,

224, 227 Corden, W. M., 26n17 countervailing duties: EC, 161n13; Japa-

nese, 248; United States, 138, 150n3, 183–84, 199, 217 Cox, Ronald, 33n24 customs unions, 1n1, 7–8, 40n33, 267 Czechoslovakia, 93, 100, 103

Daimler-Benz AG, 91, 151, 163 Data General Corporation, 209 Davignon, Etienne, 159 de Clercq, Willy, 261 Deere and Company, 135, 261–62 Dekker, Wisse, 160 Delors, Jacques, 159 Depression, Great, 3, 51–52, 93, 95,

103–4, 128–29 Deutsche Bank, 91 Doner, Richard, 228 Dore, Ronald, 248 Dornseifer, Bernd, 90 Dow Chemical Company, 124, 125 drug companies, 194, 197, 208; Euro-

pean, 150, 162; United States, 29, 185, 188, 192, 262 Duisberg, Karl, 96n51, 98 Dunlop Tire Company, 79, 81n34 Dupont Company, 141, 191; RTAA and,

118, 124, 125–26 Dyestuffs Importation Act, 78, 81

Eastman, H. C., 138n23 economies of scale, 23–30, 26, 29, 198–99, 256, 258; European industries and, 146–59, 162–72; FDI and, 186, 189–94, 194; Japanese industries and, 224–26; measurement of, 43–45, 47, 130–32, 271; technological change and, 52–54; trade preferences and, 60–62, 77–81, 94–97, 115–26, 182; trade protection and, 35–37; U.S. tar- iffs and, 130–32, 132. See also mini- mum efficient scale; returns to scale Elbaum, Bernard, 74

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