Incomplete Exchange Rate Pass - Through in Foreign Trade
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The main aim of the article is the examination of phenomenon of incomplete replication of differences in exchange rates to prices in foreign trade, in the light of theory and practice. An extent to which exchange rate differences are reflected in prices on the destination market of traded goods is called 'exchange rate pass-through'. Incomplete exchange rates pass-through is called 'pricing to market'. The practical interests are concentrated particularly on the investigation of pricing to market phenomenon in Polish foreign trade. Moreover, this analysis deals with pricing to market practices in the US, Canada, Japan, China, United Kingdom and the euro zone countries.
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