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Anti-trust policy

U.S. term for competition policy.



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Commercial policy

Commercial policy

Government policies intended to influence international commerce, including international trade. Includes tariffs and NTBs, as well as policies regarding exports.


Fiscal policy

Fiscal policy

The use of spending and taxation by the government in order to achieve its economic objectives. Put simply, higher taxation reduces people's disposable income, and suppresses spending which is supposed to make inflation less likely.


Rules-based trade policy

Rules-based trade policy

Institutional arrangements in which national trade policies are governed by internationally agreed-upon rules, as in the GATT and WTO.


Policy exclusions

Policy exclusions

These are events, instances or possessions which are not covered by your household or other insurance policy. This can be confusing as the main policy may seem to imply that such events, instances or possessions are covered only to excluded in the small print of the policy. Moral: Read the small print.


Umbrella personal liability policy

Umbrella personal liability policy

A liability insurance policy that provides protection against damages not covered by standard liability policies, such as large jury awards in lawsuits.


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Collection policy
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Interest sensitive insurance policy
Paid up policy
Open Policy
Dividend policy
loan protection policy
Bank Letter of Credit Policy
Umbrella policy
Tax differential view (of dividend policy)
valued policy
Group Universal Life Policy (GULP)
monetary policy
Life insurance policy
Industrial policy
Fiscal policy
National tax policy
Guaranteed renewable policy insurance
Multibuyer policy
guaranteed renewable policy


 
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