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What does QR stand for?

QR stands for Quantitative Restriction

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As amended, Sections 26(2B) and 26(3) appear to be inconsistent with South Africa s obligations under the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT) and the Trade, Development and Cooperation Agreement (TDCA) insofar as they appear to impose quantitative restrictions on exports in contravention of GATT and TDCA and in so doing render the state vulnerable to challenges in international fora;
It was reported that there are no quantitative restrictions and export duties (taxes and charges having equivalent meaning) for businesses in Kazakhstan and Belarus within trilateral agreement on organization, management, operation and development of common markets of oil and petroleum products between Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia.
The Indian Government conveyed its decision to exempt Bhutan from any ban or quantitative restrictions on exports of following items:- milk powder, wheat, edible oil, pulses and non-basmati rice.
As long as the currency peg policy is followed, central banks should use macro prudential measures such as loans to value ratios and quantitative restrictions on loans," said Dr Gerard Lyons, Chief Economist, Standard Chartered Group.
These players converged to create, develop and make available the following technologies: Voice over internet protocol (VoIP); Video streaming; Broadband by cable; Wireless internet and the US has utilized the Quantitative restrictions, controls, and licensing policy, an import policy tool, to elimination quantitative restrictions on imports from China, also Utilization of Finance, insurance, and guarantees is important export policy tool.