Words nearby protectionism
OTHER WORDS FROM protectionismpro·tec·tion·ist, noun, adjectivepro·tec·tion·is·tic, adjectivean·ti·pro·tec·tion·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for protectionism
Apart from anything else, protectionism would be ruinous to developing countries.
Protectionism for the industrial trade unions, then still important.
In times of economic crisis, xenophobia blooms along with political conflict, protectionism and, in some places, racism.Alabama Immigration Law Ensnares People You Wouldn't Expect|Moises Naim|December 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The now infamous Chinese tire-incident sparked cries of protectionism that although subdued, are not forgotten.
Out of fidelity to the special interests in the unions, Herbert Obama also flirts with protectionism.
Trades Unionism is in many of its features a form of protectionism.England's Case Against Home Rule|Albert Venn Dicey
Now, what is the necessary effect of Protectionism upon the general Demand for Laborers?
Protectionism on the Continent and in the United States may protract the advent of the inevitable in some degree.British Socialism|J. Ellis Barker
Here intellectuals preach conformity, doing things the old, proven way, protectionism against the trade of liberal minds.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
Protectionism is multiplied prohibitions on the buying of goods from foreigners.