Arguments Of Free Trade

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Free trade is a system where discrimination against exports and imports is excluded. Trade between different countries without a government regulations of quotas, tariffs, subsidies or restrictions on services and goods. Restrictions including taxes, tariffs and non-tariff barriers. ”One of the strongest arguments for free trade was made by classical economist David Ricardo in his analysis of comparative advantages explains how trade will benefit both parties(countries, regions or individuals) if they have different opportunity costs of production.”(R.Fouda.p.351)One of the biggest economy in the world is the UE. It is the largest importer and exporter, the recipient of investment and one of the biggest investors. The ability to create …show more content…
As free trade means bigger competition, it causes firms to make significant improvement and make prices lower. Thus, prices must be completed down. Each country does the most suited items according to their resources. Moreover, it leads to potentially lower prices and more efficiency. Import prices are also reduced by lower tariff.” NAFTA lowered food prices. Food imports totalled 39.4billion in 2013 ,up from 28.9billion in 2009”(K.Amaded)thebalance.com The connection between trade and jobs is complicated. Jobs can be created because of free trade .However, people can lose job due to free trade. The influence of competition from foreign companies varies through firms, through economy as well as through countries. The same influence does new trade opportunity. In general, for many developing countries it is harder to open their markets then for developed countries. Because of this, import tariffs are much lower in developed countries then in developing countries-however it is varies from item to …show more content…
It is leads to economy efficiency, specialization, innovation and capabilities of technology. In case of EU example, free market is able to create new jobs and it leads to economic growth. Moreover, it is also the way to support the economic growth for developing countries. Open market leads to economic growth in many ways. The end of Soviet Unions was due to its collapse to access to new technology. It is obvious that not only free trade is responsible for growth. Many things such as political stability, macroeconomics and many other policies are also important and needed. On the other hand,if more nations trade with each other,the more advantages they can get from each other and help to grow.It leads to cooperation and peace among countries and it causes economical growth.”In fact ,one fascinating study from Stanford University proved that the more trading partners a nation has ,the less likely it is to go to war.(B.O`Brien)w.tradeready.ca Free trade is the way to limit aggression in international policy. Also, there is the possibility to limit military conflict between countries if they have the higher level of free trade. In compare, in protectionism tariffs and quotas create a visible disadvantages for producer and consumer. Well being of people is reduced through restricted choices for consumers and higher choices for consumers and higher

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