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FTAs and Global Trade
A review of an article by Humphrey on free trade agreements.
# 134587 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Economics (Globalization)

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The paper examines the Humphrey article and how it opened a slew of theories and constructs surrounding FTAs. The paper discusses how the example presented with ANZ-EU FTA provides a clear analytical ground for understanding how FTAs, the theory of comparative advantage and the WTO interact to produce increased global trade and lower the inefficiencies in respective sectors via specialization.

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"Globalization is defined as the increasing global interconnectedness of separate markets and cultures due, in large part, to significant advances in technology. Although globalization has many facets, in the past half-century, it has had profound implications on the world. It has connected cultures economically, politically, and socially. Because of this, successful businesses have learned how to manipulate globalization to their benefit. In order to take advantage of the opportunities that globalization offers, a company must understand the organizations that help direct its course. As such an important aspect of the discourse relates to understanding free..."

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