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4.Bananas in the European Union (E.U.) usually sell for much more than they do in the U.S. What is the most likely explanation for this fact? a.Substantially higher demand for bananas in the E.U. than in the U.S. b.A system of tariffs and quotas that the E.U. has imposed to control the imports of bananas. c.Much higher transportation costs for bananas from Central America to the E.U. than to the U.S. d.The European banana market is imperfectly competitive while the U.S. banana market is perfectly competitive.
5.If a country protects an industry because it believes that there are positive externalities in the production process, it is claiming that the free market will:
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Exam #2 (Spring 2016) 4/18 6.Statistical evidence suggests that import substitution:
7._______ is said to exist when the formation of a regional trading group leads to a reduction of trade with non-member countries in favor of member countries.
8.The best economic case that one can make for an active industrial policy is based on: a.A national security argument. b.A high value added argument. c.A technological spillover argument. d.An increasing national income argument.
9.Developing countries are usually unwilling to negotiate over labor standards because:

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