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Econ Chapter 16

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Exports the goods and services that it produces and sells to other nations
Imports goods and services one country buys from another
Absolute Advantage when a country can produce more of a products than another country
Comparative Advantage the ability to produce a product relatively more efficiently, or at a lower opportunity cost
Opportunity Cost the cost of the next best alternative
Tariff a tax placed on imports to increase their price in the domestic market
Quota a limit placed on the quantities of a product
Protective Tariff tariff that is high enough to protect less-efficient domestic industries
Revenue Tariff tariff that is high enough to generate revenue for the government without actually prohibiting imports
Protectionists people who favor trade barriers to protect domestic industries
Free Traders want fewer or no trade restrictions
Infant Industries Argument says new or emerging industries should be protected from foreign competition and this argument is used to justify trade barriers
Balance of payments the difference between the money a country pays out to, and receives from, other nations when it engages in international trade
Most favored nation clause provision allowing a country to receive the same tariff reduction that the United States gives to any third country
World Trade Organization (WTO) administers trade agreements signed under GATT, settles trade disputes between nations, organizes trade negotiations, and provides technical assistance and training for developing countries
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) this was signed in 1947 by 23 countries and it extended tariff concessions and worked to eliminate import quotas
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) agreement to liberalize free trade by reducing tariffs among three major trading partners: Canada, Mexico, and the United States
Foreign Exchange different currencies used to facilitate international trade
Foreign Exchange Rate the price of one country's currency in terms of another country's currency
Fixed Exchange Rates a system under which the price of one currency is fixed in terms of another currency so that the rate does not change
Flexible Exchange Rates (also called Floating Exchange Rates) under these the forces of supply and demand establish the value of one country's currency in terms of another country's currency
Trade deficit A country will have this whenever the value of the products it imports exceed the value of the products it exports
Trade Surplus whenever the value of exports exceeds the value of imports
Trade-weighted value of the dollar this is the measurement of the strength of the dollar against other country's currency, when this falls that means that imports the country wants to buy are more expensive then the products they are exporting to other countries.
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