Posts Tagged ‘David Ricardo’

  • The Panama Canal Project Facilitates World Trade.

    The Fabric of Free Trade

    Oct 14, 11 • 407 Views • No Comments

    The roof of the big-box store near your home could contain fabric that was made in Greensboro, N.C. Transported in rolls that are 12 feet wide and 5,000 yards long, this material is also made in South Korea. Until now, U.S. textile firms could compete against......  [read more]

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    African Notes

    Sep 30, 11 • 417 Views • No Comments

    If you were asked to select the world’s fastest growing economies, maybe you would place China at the top of your list.  This Economist Daily Chart sums it all up. 6 of the world’s fastest growing economies, 2001-2010, are located in......  [read more]

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    Should We Buy American?

    Sep 6, 11 • 422 Views • No Comments

    How to diminish unemployment? The NY Times tells us about a Montana general contractor who plans to use only American-made goods for building his homes. Explaining, he said,  “I think we could solve this recession if everyone shifted just 5% of......  [read more]

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    Emerging Economies

    Aug 30, 11 • 512 Views • No Comments

    The world is shifting. More than one-half of the world’s car sales, mobile phone subscriptions and oil, copper and steel purchases came from emerging markets during 2010. Here you can see the same story through these export and import, global GDP, and......  [read more]

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    “Made in the USA”

    Jul 2, 11 • 597 Views • No Comments

    According to USA Today, “The two ‘most American’ cars are Japanese.” Cars.com has an American-Made Index. Ranking vehicles by sales, where they are made, and the origin of their parts, they concluded that the Toyota Camry is the most......  [read more]