Which of the following best completes the table?
Cotton with a lower price than domestic cotton
Cotton that is domestically taxed
Cotton infested with boll weevils
Cotton grown in a hostile country
Economics - Financial Markets
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I'm thinking it's going to be the second option, but I'm really not sure
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An embargo is the complete refusal to import a good or even all goods from a particular country. It can create a black market for those goods and hurts the political relationship with the country that has been banned. It could also potentially hurt the economy of one or both countries.
ooohhh, the second option wouldn't make any sense...
So it would be "Cotton infested with boll weevils"?
we regulate for boll weevils dont we?
boll weevils are not particular to a specific country ...
I would imagine that if the cotton were infested, we wouldn't want cotton from that country...
but that is not the explicit reason for embargos. embargos, to me, are more political in their reasoning and have little to do with health and money.
oh, that makes sense...
so, which one would you propose as a solution?
an embargo: do what we want you to do or else we are not going to play with you ...