General Topic: Poor Countries and Free Trade Question to asnwer : The world’s poorest countries are at a competitive disadvantage in every sector of their economies. They often have little to export.
General Topic: Poor Countries and Free Trade
Question to asnwer : The world’s poorest countries are at a competitive disadvantage in every sector of their economies. They often have little to export. They have no capital; often their land is of poor quality; they often have too many people given available work opportunities; and they are poorly educated. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement – Free trade cannot possibly be in the interests of such nations! Why or why not? Discuss.
The paper should not be more than 2,000- 2,500 words (excluding the bibliography); please use Times New Roman, font size 12, double-spaced.Please submit your assignment as a Word document (not as pdf or any other format). In addition to the material discussed in International Business class, and the material from textbooks, you may want to use outside sources to develop your arguments for the paper. You must cite the sources in your paper and include the corresponding reference in the References or Bibliography section of your paper. You can include a maximum of six exhibits to support your analysis. When you use exhibits, please label them, refer to them and explain them in the text.
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