Export subsidy (出口补贴)


Export subsidy (出口补贴 chūkǒu bǔtiē) refers to the government policy of giving its exporters cash allowance or financial support in order to encourage export, as well as to reduce the price of export goods and improve the international competitiveness of export commodities.

  • 出口 (chūkǒu) derives from:

 (chū) as in selling (卖出 mài chū), going out (出去 chūqu) or coming out (出来 chūlai);  (kǒu) as in entrance (门口 ménkǒu).

出口 (chūkǒu) as in exported goods (出口货 chūkǒuhuò, 出口产品 chūkǒuchǎnpǐn) or export trade (出口贸易 chūkǒu màoyì).

  • (bǔ) as in supplement (补充 bǔchōng), repairing (修补 xiūbǔ) or filling up (补上 bǔshàng).
  • (tiē) as in sticker (贴纸 tiēzhǐ) or paste (粘贴 niántiē).

Export subsidy (出口补贴 chūkǒu bǔtiē) word examples:

  1. Optimal export subsidy (最优出口补贴 zuìyōu chūkǒu bǔtiē).
  2. Sugar export subsidy (糖出口补贴 táng chūkǒu bǔtiē).
  3. Direct export subsidy (直接出口补贴 zhíjiē chūkǒu bǔtiē).




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