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Argument: Free trade will end the economic costs of protectionism

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate:Free trade and globalization]]+*[[Debate: Free trade]]
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==Supporting evidence== ==Supporting evidence==
*[http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/533208.stm "The argument for free trade". BBC. February 12, 2003] - "Research from Australia suggests that merely halving current average tariff rates would lead to a global increase in output of US$450 billion per year -- that is an extra $75 per person: not much to you and me, perhaps, but a month's income to someone in Burkina Faso." *[http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/533208.stm "The argument for free trade". BBC. February 12, 2003] - "Research from Australia suggests that merely halving current average tariff rates would lead to a global increase in output of US$450 billion per year -- that is an extra $75 per person: not much to you and me, perhaps, but a month's income to someone in Burkina Faso."

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  • "The argument for free trade". BBC. February 12, 2003 - "Research from Australia suggests that merely halving current average tariff rates would lead to a global increase in output of US$450 billion per year -- that is an extra $75 per person: not much to you and me, perhaps, but a month's income to someone in Burkina Faso."

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