free trade

  1. international trade free of government interference
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How To Use free trade In A Sentence

  • Many people confuse the workings of capitalism that lead to lower costs and greater profits with free trade.
  • While President Obama swore fealty to free trade, he also called for "balanced growth," which is diplo-speak for U.S. efforts to get China to spur domestic consumption and rely less on exports. Will Marshall: Does America Have a China Policy?
  • What I find highly ironic and, indeed, perturbing, is that U.S. trade laws have in their application proven much more effective in inhibiting legitimate, cross-border, long-standing supplier-customer transactions carried on within a Canada-U.S. free trade environment than they have in dealing with these "dump and jump" boatloads of predatory imports. Free Trade With the U.S.—Only in a Dream World
  • If it did, I would be justified in dismissing arguments against free trade on the grounds that many who make such arguments are at risk of losing their jobs or have actually lost their jobs. Getting Ricardo Wrong, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The Australians were like old-time pirates in their trumpeting of free trade. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • News about stricter visa requirements came alongside reports of a Philippine-Japan free trade agreement nearing conclusion.
  • When it comes to free trade, as Adam Smith once opined, ‘Not only the prejudices of the public, but what is much more unconquerable, the private interests of many individuals, irresistibly oppose it.’
  • Free trade does not lower wages or cause persistent unemployment There is nothing new in the current hullabaloo about free trade, jobs, and trade deficits.
  • This talk betrays a certain cynicism about free trade.
  • Funes says that "dollarization" and the adoption of the Central American Free Trade Agreement in 2006 have had negative effects such as inflation and unfavorable competition for small-scale farmers but that it is too late to scrap these policies. CounterPunch
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