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  • Developing countries are hampered by free trade laws.

    Free trade functions well for many countries across the world, including mass export economies such as China and India. However, developing countries find it impossible to gain a foothold in these fields because they cannot put up the start up capital. They must try to work with less and a result, their products cost more and are rejected on the world market.

  • No, I don`t think so.

    Free trade increases the number of products available in the country and forces companies to lower prices due to increased competition. There are some economists who argue that limiting trade in fact hurts those less well off, since there are fewer options for them to buy and the market prices are then higher

  • Not always so

    The IMF study certainly seems to indicate that people believe free trade benefits the wealthy. In fact the concern was more about the "narrative" on global trade rather than the overall impact of it. There are some economists who argue that limiting trade in fact hurts those less well off, since there are fewer options for them to buy and the market prices are then higher.

  • No, free trade benefits everyone by lowering prices and increasing the market

    Free trade increases the number of products available in the country and forces companies to lower prices due to increased competition. These lower prices benefit everyone one by making both essential and luxury products more affordable. Free trade also encourages U.S. manufacturers to create higher quality products to better compete in the world market.


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