Unions in developed nations often oppose imports from low-wa
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Unions in developed nations often oppose imports from low-wage countries and advocate trade barriers to protect jobs from what they often characterize as “unfair” import competition. In your opinion, is such competition “unfair?” Do you think that this argument is in the best interests of (a) the unions, (b) the people they represent, and/or (c) the country as a whole? According to the theory of comparative advantage, is such competition ‘unfair?’ Why? More than one page.
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