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1autarquía feminineautarcía feminine
- The push to restrict people's opportunities to buy and sell based on region is an attempt to bring about what economists call autarky, or economic self-sufficiency.
- Franco imposed a policy of economic self-sufficiency or autarky.
- The unity they desired was one based upon conquest, political subordination, and economic autarky.
- He pledged the government would take ‘an active role in globalization,’ acknowledging that China, one of the world's most trade-dependent countries, cannot return to the days of economic autarchy.
- It aims at war because it wants autarky - because it wants to live in economic self-sufficiency.
- Rapid economic growth fueled by foreign credits gradually gave way to economic autarchy accompanied by wrenching austerity and severe political repression.
- Finally, in the period of Spanish economic autarchy, trams went into steep decline.
- Then the classical economists pointed out that living in autarky is not very productive.
- Economic historians have long known that a key plank of Nazi economic policy was autarky.
- The collapse of the Soviet Union - the most extreme example of a program of economic autarky - was itself a product of the growing pressures of world capitalism.
- He has tried to retreat into national economic autarky, with disastrous results.
- Self-reliance and autarchy are discarded options in today's world, be it for tackling terrorism or underdevelopment.
- And while the distribution of that prosperity is often unequal and unjust, it's hard to see how a retreat to autarchy would make it any less unjust.
- The fact is, what collapsed in the Soviet Union was not socialism but the Stalinist system of national economic autarchy.
- We are free to disagree over foreign investment: I do not advocate autarchy.
- Fast track may well be dead, but nobody should take that to mean that the U.S. is going to retreat into autarky.
- The costs of farming obliged farmers to abandon mixed farming and autarky for market orientation and specialization.
- If you want to abandon internationally determined market prices, it means a return to autarky with governments determining the price of domestic crude oil and refined petroleum products.
- For almost 50 years, our country followed the policy of autarky.
- However, ‘de-linking’ is not about running away from the rest of the world nor is it about autarky.