Oct 25

Trade, Protectionism, Tariffs, Competition, Prices, Meat

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This article analyzes the effects of trade barriers and immigration policy on economy and jobs, in the light of recent WTO rulings. Highlights, how governmental and special interest collide with the interests of common people when it comes trade and immigration. Effectively shows, why open trade and immigration are good for everyone. Explains the direct and constructive relationship between trade and immigration, and jobs and growth. Continue reading