Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
A group of nations establishes a free-trade zone. What is the most likely effect? 1. Cost of trade increases 2. Exports decrease 3. Imports decrease 4. Trade increases
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you think? personally I think the trade would increase in that area.
Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
That's what I was thinking just wanted to get a second opinion,
Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
Because in a free trade countries would export more goods and thus there would be more imported goods from other countries - and the cost of trade in a free trade agreements among nations would be a low cost.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
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