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Short Summary: Embargo In The United States

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It is an order from a governmental commerce agency to ban or restrict trade and merchant ships from or to its ports and is usually imposed as a result of political or economic conflict between states with a purpose of hindering and creating circumstances for a certain country's governing body. [1] One of the Examples on embargo is the embargo act of 1807 which was imposed against Britain and France during the Napoleonic War due to violations of the US neutral position. Economic coercion was the response to the British Royal navy's forcing of thousands of American seamen to serve on its warships. The embargo banned U.S. ships from leaving ports but on the other hand, the British were still able to export their goods to the USA through crossing
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