The Promotion of International Trade

Authors

  • - An Economist (anon.)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-005-10-1954-02_6

Keywords:

Global Economic Crisis

Abstract

Nearly everyone agrees that an expansion of international trade is desirable. On the one hand, liberals and many conservatives view expanding trade in the "free world" as somewhat of a panacea capable of solving certain domestic marketing problems plaguing "free enterprise" economies. On the other hand, socialists frequently suggest that an expansion of East-West trade could serve as an essential foundation for peace and coexistence. Still, with the notable exception of a flourishing intra-socialist bloc trade, international trade appears to be pretty much in the doldrums.

Published

1954-02-06

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Articles