Pricing Rationality and Deficits on the brazilian Railroads

Pricing Rationality and Deficits on the brazilian Railroads

Professor Abouchar examines the freight schedules introduced on the brazilian railways in 1968. He concludes that they will be more inflationary than the old rates, leading to still larger deficits and to increasing demand in directions that will be harmful to national efficiency.

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