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ang igazi!!!!

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Judit Molnár

on 28 April 2010

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Introduction Free trade Fair trade Microcredits Third World def:The term Third World arose during the Cold War to define countries that remained non-aligned or not moving at all with either capitalism and NATO (which along with its allies represented the First World) or communism and the Soviet Union (which along with its allies represented the Second World). Problems Hunger disease less education homelessness prostitution Free trade is a system of trade policy that allows traders to act and or transact without interference from government Free trade implies the following features:
·trade of goods without taxes (including tariffs) or other trade barriers (e.g., quotas on imports or subsidies for producers)
·trade in services without taxes or other trade barriers
·Free access to markets
·Free access to market information
·The free movement of labor between and within countries
·The free movement of capital between and within countries
Forms of intervention subsidies taxes tariffs non tariff barriers inter-government managed trade agreements current free trade areas Microcredit is the extension of very small loans (microloans) to those in poverty designed to spur entrepreneurship History Jonathan Swift Irish Loan Funds mashall plan Grameen Bank Muhammad Yunus Microcredit in the developed world in the USA, 37 million people (12.6%) live below the poverty line Disadvantages Africa vs Philippines existing business-establish nem business men-women Fair Trade is an organized social movement and market-based approach that aims to help producers in developing countries obtain better trading conditions and promote sustainability. world shops labelling Lysander Spooner wrote about
the benefits of numerous small loans in Israel, Russia and Ukraine
micro loans given to small business
entrepreneurs designed to allow consumers to identify
goods which meet agreed standards banning child and slave labour provide safe workplace and price
that covers the cost of production bananas honey coffee oranges cocoa cotton tea wine sugar spices these are specialised retail outlets
offering and promoting fair trade products they play an active role in trade justice non-profit organizations you can find world shops in europe, America and new zealand their aim is trade as direct and fair with trading partners
as possible
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