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Trade restrictions prevent certain countries from trading with other countries for a variety of reasons. These reasons can vary from country to country. This short reading provides four possible reasons that a business might be against a certain trade restriction. Some reasons feature examples, and each reason is general enough for anyone to learn and apply to their study or knowledge of international business. I have an Associates Degree of Business Technology and also hold Bachelor's Degree of Business Management.

©2015 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Brief and to the point

This text is brief and to the point in explaining the problems with Trade restrictions. It throws the facts at you fast and hard, like an information filled pamphlet. If you are looking for a good summation, perhaps for a school paper, or to throw at at a superior in a meeting.

Remington reads the material well, he is easy to understand and listen to.

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IM WITH TRUMP AFTER READING THIS BOOK

Where does Reasons to Be Against International Trade Restrictions rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks as one of the top books, because it can be easily applied to today's political world.