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Old 07-01-2009, 08:50 AM
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LOL! This is FOR SURE your homework!!!! Good luck kid.
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3 rd keeping jobs here would be best for the economy and america
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None of the above.US doesn't have enough trade with Britain, France, Argentina or Chile to make an appreciable difference in the economy.An embargo against Chinese goods (even more than just toys) would have little or no effect because the Chinese are already moving factories to other third world countries to avoid the lingering issues with lead in paint and melamine in food.
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People have underestimated China to their sorrow in centuries past. It is a vengeful giant, which has historically not been afraid to use it's tremendous power - besides which they hold most of our debt we suddenly find out, so an embargo would only antagonize them, and we literally can't afford that. If we could increase our exports to China, and engage more, rather than less, in ensuring quality standards for goods produced there and sold internationally, it would go a long way towards making a former enemy into a trading partner. We want better toys from them, not no toys at all. Making them adhere to higher quality standards will increase their costs, making imports to the US more expensive, making US made goods more competitive, creating more US jobs, but while still supporting their industry. win-win.Free trade with the European Union would be fine, especially Britain, but France has so many price supports, subsidies and convoluted commerce laws that it would be nearly impossible without the whole E.U. to back it up. I just don't see it happening though - they enjoy being able to arbitrarily tariff American goods.Politically, a free trade agreement with any South American country right now could send bad messages about either supporting bad governments or drug cartels. Also, it might look like sending US jobs overseas. It's a Gordian knot down there - no matter which string you pull it just makes problems worse. A better idea would be to support a non-governmental investment organization, to help existent national industries there grow, but that don't compete with American industries.
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The First Bill sounds like a good deal,(very suitable) but All three leaves someone suffering but for the better of the economy i would say the second congressional bill.
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