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Q: Why are quotas an example of protectionism? A. Quotas increase the volume of trade. B. Quotas remove restrictions on trade. C. Quotas create trade barriers by limiting imports. D. Quotas ignore the
needs of domestic industries.
A: Quotas create trade barriers by limiting imports. So the answer is C.
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User: NAFTA is a 1994 __________ between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

User: Exchange rates show the value of one country’s currency in relation to other countries’__________. A. exports B. quotas C. currencies D. tariffs

User: Why are quotas an example of protectionism? A. Quotas increase the volume of trade. B. Quotas remove restrictions on trade. C. Quotas create trade barriers by limiting imports. D. Quotas ignore the needs of domestic industries.

Weegy: Quotas create trade barriers by limiting imports. So the answer is C.
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User: When imported goods grow cheaper in the US, it is a sign that the value of the dollar is likely __________. A. rising B. falling slowly C. remaining constant D. falling quickly

Weegy: When imported goods grow cheaper in the US, [ it's a sign that the value of the dollar is likely rising - - - target=_blank rel='nofollow'>https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:SrkUwWh0k9IJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.cob.unt.edu/Firel/TRIPATHY/f5500/Solutions%2520Shapiro%25209e/Solutions%2520Chapter%25205%2520Balance%2520of%2520Payments.pdf+&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESiAn4iJ2k2qhnjgkc_ElAudpF6dyxbJRXHa4DqlEnAMMhFrMNPX80OFFVqU0Ne1X8roRt-LYGhh318c4tYF8vwqPs9Z3VvwPoi6HASZvxi3Biqmsbxao8MkpS1uVSlGw9HJaR5P&sig=AHIEtbQU-SBUDGlU8cOsKQpwX1_ZTLV7_Q ]
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User: Countries need the right resources to create products. Which of the following factors is NOT a resource that a country might need in order to produce something to trade? A. having the right amount of land B. having enough funds to invest C. having a low standard of living D. having enough skilled workers

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