Poorer countries should abandon free trade agreements
The policy of Free Trade is still in debate due to the questionable benefit for each side. This debate doesn’t try to limit the effect of free trade to developing or third world country .It will however argue that poorer countries, in comparison to their trading partners, will suffer due to the ‘unfairness’ and ‘expensive’ nature of a free trade agreements. The proposition will plead for these countries to abandon free trade agreements, that we believe it will bring more harm than any benefits and that the opposition will have to explain in this debate how free trade is not only acceptable but is a promising solution for development.
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- Free Trade equals to Fine FateLimited trading capacity as a result of not being part of a free trade agreement.The evidence of limited trading capacity as a result of not being part of a free trade agreement.Agreements are to be respectedHaving a FTA with a "richer" country is, in fact, a reason to be secureAll the countries in the world cannot be equally powerful, but they may be equally free.
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Free Trade is
Free trade is the process of liberalization of market from governments’ interventions. Under free trade policy, all economic resources from all countries involved are subject to price as a reflection of supply and demand, thus making price as the sole determinant for resource