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Adjusting to Trade Liberalization: Reallocation and Labor Market ...

Adjusting to Trade Liberalization: Reallocation and Labor Market ...

R. Paes de Barros, M.B.

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AppendicesAFigures and Tables0.60.50.120.40.30.20.10.090.060.03Average Tariff Rate (left axis)Imports/Output (right axis)Export/Output (right axis)001986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998Figure 3 – Trade Policy and OpennessSource: All series are simple annual averages for Brazilian mining and manufacturing sectors byClassification Nivel 80 compiled by Marc Muendler, data files tariffs-outp.csv andimp-penetrat.csv are available in http://www.econ.ucsd.edu/muendler/html/brazil.html.1.2Tariff Levels in 199410.80.60.40.200 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2Tariff Levels in 1986Figure 4 – Industry Level Tariff Rates Before and After Trade ReformsSource: Annual tariffs for Brazilian mining and manufacturing sectors by Classification Nivel 80compiled by Marc Muendler, data file tariffs-outp.csv available inhttp://www.econ.ucsd.edu/muendler/html/brazil.html.35

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