free trade

5 Nov 2013
Development is the sustained increase in standards of living of a country. There however is no individual indicator that shows that a country is considered...
30 Oct 2013
The European Union has since its inception had European integration beyond trade as its overarching goal. In recent years, it has moved towards an increasingly...
29 Feb 2012
In 2001, during the Summit of the Americas held in Québec City, then President George W. Bush spearheaded the effort to introduce a trade agreement that would...
22 Feb 2012
The free market is a system for allocating goods within a society. In a free market, prices for goods and services are determined only by the interchange of...
21 Feb 2012
International trade has always depended, to some extent, on states seeking a competitive advantage over one another. A developed country may, for example,...
26 Jan 2012
"Grey" imports are goods which are intended for sale in one country or region by design of the manufacturer but which are available in an unintended...
26 Jan 2012
This article will focus on some of the disagreements between capitalists and socialists, the debate will be located in a loose general framework between these...
26 Jan 2012
Sanctions are coercive or punitive actions taken on specific states. Sanctions range from diplomatic sanctions, which often result in the closing of embassies...
26 Jan 2012
Foreign aid had grown significantly in absolute terms (if not as a percentage of GDP in the case of many developed countries) but this has shown up a paradox...
26 Jan 2012
NAFTA- North American Free Trade Agreement- was implemented in 1994 by Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The agreement eliminated tariffs and quantity...
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