international economics

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The parts of economics concerning the relations between countries. This includes trade in goods and services, factor movements, including migration, capital movements, and technology transfer, and international monetary arrangements, including exchange rates and exchange reserves. It also studies government policies affecting trade, factor movements, and monetary arrangements, international negotiations, regional institutions such as the European Union and North American Free Trade Agreement, and international institutions such as the World Trade Organization and the International Monetary Fund.

Subjects: Politics — Economics.

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