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What does QR stand for?

QR stands for Quantitative Restriction

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25 Hardcover HF3786 Among the economic liberalization measures implemented by India in the post-1991 era were a raft of major trade policy measures, including removal of quantitative restrictions, reduction in tariff rates, a shift toward a market-determined exchange rate, liberalization of restrictions on outflows, and liberal inflows of private capital.
On measures related to expenditure control, CII stressed on the need to curtail non priority expenditure by rationalizing subsides by gradually removing the subsidy on diesel, targeting a 10% saving by using limited quantitative restriction on purchase of subsided fertilizer and consolidation of overlapping parts of central schemes.
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.
The agreement will reinforce the position of European exporters on the Moroccan market, particularly exporters of processed agricultural products, representing a major offensive interest for the EU with full liberalisation planned in stages over the next ten years, with the exception of pasta, for which a quantitative restriction is provided.
After larger-than-expected drop in July payrolls and slowdown in economic activity during the second quarter, investors are likely to stay glued on Fed's move to ease quantitative restrictions and their outlook on US economic recovery.
Twice the ministry adjusted the export 50,000 kilogrammes (kgs) and 35,000-kg percent besides quantitative restriction on exports, which could not work," Ahmad maintained.