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Dans un environnement de protectionnisme croissant, les importations devraient baisser, en valeur absolue ou au moins par rapport à la production. Si le protectionnisme se concentre sur la construction d'un marché commun, le volume du commerce entre les participants devrait augmenter par rapport aux autres importations. Si, comme on le dit souvent, les pays en développement sont particulièrement visés par le protectionnisme, leur part dans le marché commun devrait tomber encore plus vite que la part totale des importations.

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