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Koszty transportu a rozwój handlu i produkcji międzynarodowej

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This paper analyses the impact of transport costs on development of international fragmentation of production and trade. Transport costs are important determinants of eXport processing trade, which is a typical part of regional production network. When trade costs of intermediate inputs fall, different stages of the production process can take place in different places.
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