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Asked Nov 8, 2019

Explain and evaluate the theoretical and practical case for and against liberalizing international trade in the context of Australian resource endowments and  trade policies

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Removal of restrictions on the free flow of goods and services, (such as, tariffs
and quotas) across the boundary is termed as trade liberalization
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Removal of restrictions on the free flow of goods and services, (such as, tariffs and quotas) across the boundary is termed as trade liberalization

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