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 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
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course ECO 2118 taught by Professor Ligget during the Fall '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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