A History of French Commercial Policies

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INDEX
Ad valorem duties, in Eden Treaty, 12; in Bastiat's program, 27; in Anglo-French Treaty of 1860, 33; in Law of 1881, 48 f.; surtaxes, 56, 109 f.; vs. specific duties, 108 f.; special ( 1932), 147; under open door, 255
Africa, French colonies in, 220, 221; chartered companies in, 225, 227, 228; French in 1815, 231; "scramble" for, 257. See also names of parts of Africa
Agriculture, physiocrats on, 9; feudalist, ended, 13-14; legislation for ( 1814-1848), 16, 18-19; after 1880, 50-51, 52, 54; during Great War, 82 f., 106; tariff protection for, 145, 156; quotas for, 167, 190; since Great War, 201 n.
Alaska, 249
Algeciras Act ( 1906), open door under, 258
Algeria, 122 f., 196, 221, 267; assimilation of, 238-239, 241, 245, 249; effect of import quotas on, 246-247; trade with, 264; imports and exports of, 265, 266
Anti-Corn Law League, 26 f.
"Antidumping" clause, 56
Anti-imperialism, 233
Antilles, trade of, 226, 229 ff., 240 n.
Assimilation, tariff, 220, 222, 235 f., 237-250, 251 ff., 260-261
Australia, imports from, 122
Austria, high-tariff trend in, 51, 53; normal conventional tariff restored with, 125
Autarchy, 182 f., 188, 192, 208, 247
Autonomy, tariff, 36 f., 49 f., 53, 61 f., 66 f., 69 ff., 127 f., 132, 144 ff., 175, 192, 220, 222, 234- 236, 238, 242
Balance of payments, 142
Balance of trade, theory, 3-4, 58; in Great War, 81; and clearing agreements, 150, 156 f.; and restrictive system, 164; and currency depreciation, 184; colonies and deficit in, 246
Balfour Report, 98
Barter, 155
Bastiat, C. F., 27-28, 29
Belgium Congo, open door in, 257
Belgium, adopts liberal commercial policy, 27; tariff relations with, 35, 70, 71, 94; trade with France, ( 1913-1919) 89, ( 1920-1928) 122 f., ( 1928-1938) 196; quota system of, 172, 190; colonial expansion of, 237
Berlin Act ( 1885), open door under, 257, 259
"Bilateral" quotas, 169
Blanc, Louis, 29
Blum government, 181, 214
Blockade, 15; protective system as, 77; in Great War, 78, 80; helped by quotas, 186
Bounties, to industry, 4, 6; export, 56
Bourbon, under colonial pact, 229
Bright, John, 26, 31
British Dominions, tariff policy toward, 70; commercial independence of, 236

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