By Stacey Ferreira, Jared Kleinert
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65 This is understandable. In discussing the Hungarian state-run economy in 1978, Nyerges outlines some of the problems in viewing subsidies in the abstract. In particular, for example, he points to the high rate of consumption subsidies that is funded primarily by heavy taxation of domestic industries. 68 Every industrial activity is subject to taxation and benefits from government expenditure. To the extent that different taxation or spending objectives create distortions in the market, a government may choose to establish corrective mechanisms, including domestic subsidies.
92 A strategically sound industrial policy will divert resources from these industries to more advantageous ones, and may use subsidies to achieve its objective. Whether each and every subsidy programme that purports to achieve such an objective actually does so is debatable. Empirically, the value of ‘strategic’ subsidisation is, as yet, uncertain. For example, based on the above argument, governmental R&D expenditure in areas of ‘strategic’ importance such as electronics should be directly proportional to the subsidising countries’ export performance in those sectors.
It was suggested also that subsidies may be used to advance a number of economic or non-economic objectives that the market, left to itself, 32 DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL SUBSIDIES might not be able to achieve. Whether subsidies actually achieve their objectives, or whether they do so in the most economically efficient and ethically acceptable way, is of course debatable. It was pointed out that the classical theory of free trade views subsidies with a great deal of suspicion. Moreover, aside from the international allocative inefficiencies caused by subsidies, these government instruments are seen as inherently deleterious to a nation’s competitiveness and national welfare.
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