How Trade Deficits Work
This book offers a comprehensive look at trade deficits. Readers will learn what a trade deficit is, why it can be detrimental to an economy, and what America's own trade deficit is. Students learn about steps they can take to reduce the deficit through engaging text supported by photographs and sidebars.
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