Tariff protectionProtection provided by a tariff.
Balance of payments argument for protectionBalance of payments argument for protection
A common reason for restricting imports, especially under fixed exchange rates, when a country is losing international reserves due to a trade deficit. It can be argued that this is a second best argument, since a devaluation could solve the problem without distorting the economy and therefore at smaller economic cost.
Nominal rate of protectionNominal rate of protection
The protection afforded an industry directly by the tariff and/or NTB on its output, ignoring effects of other trade barriers on the industry's inputs. Contrasts with the ERP.
Content protectionContent protection
See domestic content protection.
Consumer Credit Protection Act of 1968Consumer Credit Protection Act of 1968
Federal legislation establishing rules for the disclosure of the terms of a loan to protect borrowers. See: Truth in lending.
Securities Investor Protection CorporationSecurities Investor Protection Corporation
In the US, a non profit organisation which provides insurance for cash and securities in customer accounts held by approved brokerage firms. Brokers and dealers registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission are obliged to be members of SIPC. In the event that such a firm fails, investors are covered up to a maximum of $500,000 of which no more than $100,000 can be cash.
Further Suggestionshome responsibilities protection
court of protection
loan protection policy
Environmental protection argument for a trade intervention
Mortgage payment protection insurance (MPPI)
Intellectual property protection
Patriotism argument for protection
Domestic content protection
Exchange rate protection
National defense argument for protection
Cultural argument for protection
Infant industry protection
Second-best argument for protection
Payment protection insurance
Effective rate of protection
Marine Mammal Protection Act
Employment argument for protection
Deposit Protection Scheme