2) In principle, the benefits of international trade to a country exceed the costs, no matterwhether the country is importing or exporting.

2) In principle, the benefits of international trade to a country exceed the costs, no matter whether the country  is importing or exporting. In practice, it is not always possible to compensate the losers in a country - for  example, workers who lose their jobs due to foreign imports. In your opinion, does that mean that trade should be inhibited to prevent the losses? Explain.

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