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INTERNATIONAL NOTES-2337

INTERNATIONAL NOTES-2337 - International Basic Argument...

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Basic Argument Free Trade vs. Protectionism “Do what you do best and trade for the rest!” Free Trade = Specialization
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Domestic vs. International Trade Logistics Customs / Religions Holidays Male/Female Currency Tax Issues Government / Political Communication / Language Work Policies Age, Hours, Conditions
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What do we see? Nebraska Pioneer Family 1886
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Barriers to Trade Tariffs Revenue Protective Embargo Quota Voluntary Restriction
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Protect and Destroy: The Lesson of Smoot Hawley
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Arguments Against Free Trade Jobs This is big… Dumping Military Self-Sufficieny Infant Industry
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Dumping…. Dumping is a word normally associated with refuse. But dumped goods can be a boon to consumers. Over the past two decades, U.S. producers have filed more than 300 antidumping claims against foreign suppliers. The allegedly offensive products run the gamut from tin cans to toothbrushes, aspirin to alcohol, hammers to honey, pencils to pasta.
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