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  • Business
    There are at least three reasons why the companies that benefit from trade barriers are more influential than the consumers who benefit from trade. Let us examine them. The first reason has to do...

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  • Economics
    I will not use the terms “liberal” and “conservative” in this answer because I do not think that attitudes on free trade divide very well into liberal and conservative points of view. For...

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  • Social Sciences
    First, we must note that there are plenty of people who would argue that NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement) does not show that free trade is a good thing. There are those who argue...

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  • Social Sciences
    The benefits of trade for Australia are largely economic and geopolitical. There are a few cultural advantages, but they are less important (at least arguably) than the other types of benefits....

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  • Social Sciences
    While a customs union and a free trade area are similar in some ways, they are also different. A customs union represents a higher level of economic integration than a free trade area does. A free...

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  • Social Sciences
    According to orthodox economic thinking, free trade is a good thing for all countries concerned, at least in the long run. Economists will admit, though, that trade can be bad in the short term...

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  • Social Sciences
    The main argument in favor of free trade is that it, in the long run, helps the people of all countries that participate in that trade. Economists argue that free trade allows the world economy to...

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  • Free Trade
    Governments use a number of practices to control foreign businesses operating within their borders, most of which are violations of the provisions of the World Trade Organization. Some of these...

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  • Free Trade
    The three most common arguments for this are: Free trade prevents the growth of domestic industries. When free trade is practiced, countries that do not yet have much industry cannot build...

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  • Free Trade
    To argue that free trade is not fair, you should point out that not all countries are able to compete with one another on anything like an equal basis. This might lead some countries to get stuck...

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