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Unformatted text preview: Walden University Miss. Jennifer Tallow Student: Alan Fernando Montes de Oca Noriega Application Free trade is a type of trade policy that allows traders to act and transact without interference from government. According to the law of comparative advantage the policy permits trading partners mutual gains from trade of goods and services. But, is free trade benefit to everyone? Thats the question that the people have. The interview start with the report of a riot that take place in one of the WTO (World Trade Organization) meets. These people are not totally agree with free trade. In the interview there is a father of the Christian church that supports the free trade. He said that the free trade adjusts the market like the hand of god. I agree with this idea; however the free trade does not help everyone. The WTO has a problem with agriculture because food production includes rights and values which are clearly standing against free trade: the right of people to feed themselves...
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- Spring '11