A surplus of supply
Underdeveloped countries don't have the productive capacities necessary to take advantage of increasing international trade.
By seeking other trading partners
it could pursue a policy of national self-sufficiency
When it gives up less than others to engage in a particular type of production
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Central banks control the foreign currency reserves that are used for international trade.
They also set each country's monetary policies.
Protecting the environment increases production costs and reduces competitiveness.
International trade enables specialization, which brings increased efficiency and greater competition.
Countries with well-established infrastructure and productive capacities have more competitive industries.
There was a one-way flow of wealth from the colonies to their colonial masters.
They tend to care more about a safe investment climate than about human rights.
Flexible expenses vary over time.
To win political support
To help manage the economies of struggling countries
Globalization has resulted in turmoil and dislocation for many people around the world.
Globalization can bring about dislocation and inequality.
When they can produce it at a lower opportunity cost than other countries.
They feel that globalization mainly serves the interests of the United States at the expense of poor countries.
Lower labor costs in other countries lead to job less in the United States because it enables producers to undersell domestic producers.
Some northern states made slavery against the law.
Think that you're country A, wanting to buy pen and paper.
Country B produces 1 million pen and 1 BILLION paper
Country C produces 1 BILLION pen and 1 million paper
Or, country B has the absolute advantage over production of paper while
country C has the absolute advantage over production of pen.
Coming back our theory of economy of scale, we know that to a certain point, increased production would lead to lower average cost and thus, lower price.
This would mean that paper from country B is cheaper than country C whereas pen from country C is cheaper than country B.
Therefore, you would choose to trade paper with country B while trading pen with country C.
And this is why it is important to making economic choices.
Many developing countries do not benefit from free trade policies, because their industries are to weak to compete in the international market.
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A restriction on when a union may call a strike