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Title: The Economic Impacts of Taxes Policies on Vegetables Pricesin Saudi Arabia
Authors: Ahmad Helmi
Khalid N. Alrwis
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: The aims of this study is to study and investigate the effect of using tax policies on Vegetables Prices in Saudi Arabia according to the rules of WTO to policy makers in the appropriate departments to protect local production, and to help the producers to face their problems specially the competitions of imported products. The study used secondary data for the period 1999-2002 and used the nominal production coefficient and relative prices to measure the effect of different prices policies on Vegetables Prices in Saudi Arabia. The study shows that the used of (Roznama ) caused an affirmative protection for the most of studied vegetables during the seasons and during the rest of the year, while some local vegetables facing variation competition, where the whole sale imported prices less than whole sale local prices between 5% and 29% during the season and between 9% and 14% during the rest of the year. So, it is appropriate to determine ceiling prices for vegetables instead of (Roznama) in order to protect local production.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10296
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