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France, Germany, and Italy also have propped up their auto industries through “green” subsidies for consumers trading in their old cars. For another example, Britain had been preaching to the world the virtues of privatization since the days of Margaret Thatcher, but it was the first developed country to nationalize a number of banks, in order to prevent the collapse of the banking system. The 2008 World Financial Crisis and the Future of World Developmentâ•… 43 Kicking Away the Ladder— What Did the Developed Countries Do in Order to Develop?
Even the infamous Smoot-Hawley tariff of 1930, which is supposed to have destroyed the world trading system by raising tariffs to unprecedented levels and sparking off a tariff war, was not such an aberration from the trade policy regime that had prevailed for the previous century. It raised the United States’ average industrial tariff rate from 37 percent (1925) to 48 percent (1931). Forty-eight percent is high, but the point is that it was well within the historical range of US tariffs since the 1830s (between 35 percent and 55 percent).
Contrary to this popular myth, Britain had been an aggressive user, and in many areas a pioneer, of interventionist industrial and trade policies intended to promote its “infant industries,” before it became the world’s leading industrial nation. As is well known, the logic of infant-industry protection is that the government of a relatively backward economy needs to protect and nurture the country’s young producers against competition from superior producers abroad, until they can stand on their own feet—in the same way in which we need to protect and nurture our children before they grow up.