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by taking this course, students can draw upon skills developed in micro and macroeconomics to enable students to understand and critically evaluate contemporary policy debates in international trade and finance
role of trade policy; tariffs, quotas, subsidies and import discrimination on trade patterns. The unit also looks at the international finance and the foreign exchange markets, with emphasis on stability of the foreign exchange market, exchange rate determination, the balance of payments and the role of exchange rate policies
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success in this course is hugely dependent on the knowledge of economic theory.