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unchanged d. Reduces the nation's welfare 14. The theorists most likely to argue that a state's competitiveness is closely linked with the competitiveness of its MNC's are a. Interventionist liberals b. Orthodox liberals c. Realists d. Historical materialists 15. Sates in the mercantilist period a. Emphasized industrialization and agricultural exports as a means of gaining wealth. b. Repealed the corn laws and increased their technology exports c. Viewed free trade as serving their interests d. Helped establish territorial unification and state authority 16. RTA's in the South in the 1960's were designed mainly a. To promote import substitution at the regional level b. To attract more foreign investment from the North To form unified regional blocs vis-a-vis the North To promote free trade among the member countries 17. The 1944 Bretton Woods Conference resulted in the fomation of the 24. The increased fees leveled on foreign goods to make them considerably more expensi ve than similar goods produced within the country is an example of a. Constructivism b. Capitalism c. Dialectical materialism d. Socialism 25. Britain shifted to free trade policies in the 1830's-40's a. To increase its industrial exports To increase its agricultural exports c. To strengthen the Cobden-Chevalier
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Treaty with France d. To promote in dustrialization in its colonies b. c. d. a. International Monetary Fund (IMF) b. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development c. UNCTAD and the World Bank d. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and the ECOWAS 18. The 1934 Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act a. Resulted in multilateral trade and negotiations b. Enabled the United States to lower tariffs on a statutory basis
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