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What are the effects of international trade on GDP, domestic markets and university students?
Looking at the effects of international trade to different things like GDP, domestic markets and university students we have to look at our net exports. [ If our net exports are in the positive then our GDP will increase, but if they are negative then the GDP will actually decrease. When our GDP decreases then we see tax rates go up which affect not only our university students but also our
domestic markets. This obviously hurts if people are looking at going back to school or even just attending for the first time since the cost for education is so much higher. Our government gets revenue from our tariffs. By raising or lowering our tariffs we stay in control of trade with these other countries. This in itself would cause some retaliation when it comes to these other countries. This could also cause a huge decline in the economy. When we are talking about the foreign exchange rates and how they are determined we are basically talking about the currency rates. This is actually the amount that foreign countries will exchange. ]
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