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When international trade isn't subject to government regulation, it is defined as what?

a. free trade b. fair trade c. market failure d. embargoed

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When international trade isn't subject to government regulation, it is defined as what?

a. free trade
b. fair trade
c. market failure
d. embargoed

Answer

Free trade is when the people can do what they want as far as trade goes, and the government can't tell them to stop.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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