MAN 6601 DN01-10 Conclusion Brendan O’Neal

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Brendan O’Neal MAN 6601 DN01-10 Conclusion Free trade agreements are sometimes difficult to understand and their gravity is not realized until many years after they are put into play. Their analysis is often brought up in international politics and throughout the political and economic arenas in countries’ talks for decades. Their analysis always revolves around who benefits from the agreements, and even upon discussion, sometimes officials find themselves at an impasse when it comes to agreeing on who exactly derives what benefits from the agreements. The crux of all issues in the realm of all to do with politics and economics is power and profit; it is about who is deriving benefit from the relationship between the countries, and it is about each country’s perspective about the relationship. A free trade agreement is almost synonymous with a friendship with a formal rival; the rivals team up to form a mutually beneficial relationship. Being in a free trade agreement, there are several implications: trade is free flowing, trade of good and
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course MAN 6601 taught by Professor Kest during the Spring '10 term at Hodges University.

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