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Suppose that most workers In Pakistan work 48 hours per week and that there are four weeks In a month. On an houriy basis, the minimum wage in Pakistan is about: .3 A. $1.50 . $1.00 ac. $0.50 . $0.25 Cngyrlght E 2001-2009 Aglia Inc. AH rights reserved. Terms arid Canditlnns | Privec Nntlee | Securit Notice | SuuDort Done 9 InternetI Protected Mode: 0n - v {,5 Aplia [nt.: Student Questinn - winemslntemei Explorer e 1* - x Go 3i: v lSearth v ’ a; v 6‘33 51 v {2,7 Bockrriarks' 1'} Cheek v ‘UAuteriii v 1; c2) v Signlri v 1 fl 7 e » i3 Favorites 9 ApiiaInL: Student Questiun r5} v v s 090 v Pagev Safetyv Taoisv @v Welcome, philip e meersman | My Ccurses | Suggnrt i Sign 00: @l, Prin. of Microeoonomiils, Mankiw Se, Summer 2|]U9 ap 13‘ Home Assignments Discussion 5 CniirsaMaurials Grades 5 MyAccourir Winners and Losers from Trade Graded Aeeignment | Back to Assignment Due Mnnday 07.20.09 at 11:45 PM 3. The agreement With the Worid Trade Organization (WTO) that requires that the United States and other rich countries to remove their barriers to imports of textiies and ciothing is calied the MultieFiber Agreement. According to this agreement, by when must the remaining barriers to trade in these quads be removed? :‘A. 2002 :10. 2008 .:.c. 2003 . 2005 QE. 2010 Cugyright Q ZUULZUUQ Aglia Ii’iC. AH rights reserved. Terms and CUI’iditiDi’iS I PriVEC NUtiEE I Securit Notice I SUDDUIT Dune GIntemetIPrutettedMude10n a v £10096 v €;' {:5 [E \a I fprliaIricaStiJ-ient... 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Both the United States and Pakistan have an absolute advantage in the production of cloth and clothing or C. Pakistan has a comparative advantage in the production of cloth and clothing, and the United States has an absolute advantage in the production of these goods. :1 D. Eloth Pakistan and the United States have a comparative advantage in the production of cloth and clothing. Cogxright Q 200172009 Aglia Inc. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions I Privec Notice I Securit Notice I Support Dorie 6 InternetI Protected Mode: On «3 V alum v " 33' ff E *2 I fprieinmtddent... 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