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This solution discusses examples of a 'neo-mercantilist' trade policy.

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Neo-mercantilism, in the contemporary context, refers to "a trade policy whereby a state seeks to maintain a balance-of-trade surplus and to promote domestic production and employment by reducing imports, stimulating home production, and promoting exports."(Walters and Blake 1992).

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