Explores the growing fair trade movement, which attempts to help small farmers in developing countries secure better prices and promote sustainability. Offers varying perspectives on how beneficial fair trade is for developing countries, its potential impact on global warming, and if fair trade certification should be expanded to large corporations. Examines the relative benefits of fair trade and free trade, and discusses how the limitations of fair trade can be improved.
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