Challenging The Reliance of Import Economy

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Challenging The Reliance of Import Economy

Greetings Rossana G Nieves, and BUL2261 Law of International Trade - Virtual College Students:

After watching the video: Michael Shuman on Going Local: Creating Self-Reliant Communities in the Global Age, complete the following critical thinking questions - support your position(s) with cited academic/peer reviewed and credible resources. After answering the questions, respond to at least one other classmate's post with substantive (challenging) information/questions/additional sources.

Watch Video


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhp5L76OEPA

Answer All Discussion Questions:

  1. Why have imports?
  2. Why limit imports?
  3. How would a city or region that imported less benefit from limiting imports?
  4. What types of products could be more locally produced? Why? How?
  5. In what other areas would self-reliance be a good idea? (other "essentials")
  6. What are local examples of self-reliance or import substitution? (farmers' markets, local fairs with local products)
  7. Does self-reliance mean no trade?
  8. In what ways do current laws/regulations make it difficult for businesses to stay local (not export) their labor/resources/businesses? Be Specific.
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