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Todo, el resumen (en inglés, con base en los artículos

2. La grabación del resumen.
3. Las ventajas y desventajas del tratado de libre comercio,

Free Trade Agreement between Colombia and the United States

Links (referencias de donde se deducen las ventajas y las
1. https://www.thebalance.com/free-trade-agreement-pros-and-cons-
2. http://www.economicsdiscussion.net/trade/free-trade/free-trade-
Advantages Disadvantages
 Increased economic  Increased job
growtf dutsourcing
 More dynamic business  Theft of intellectual
climate poperty
 Lower government  Crowd out domestic
spending industries
 Foreign direct investment  Poor working conditions
 Expertise  Degradation of natural
 Technology transfer  Destruction of native
 International cultures
specialization  Reduced tax revence
 Increase in world  Excessive dependence
production and world  Obstancles to the
consumption development of home
 Safeguard against the industries
advent of monopolies  Empire – Builder
 Links with other countries  Import of expensiva
 Higher earnings of the harmful goods
factors of production
 Benefits to consumers  Threat to intellectual
 Euil effects of protection property
 Increased efficiency  Unhealthy working
 Specialization of countries conditions
 Lowered prices  Less tax revence
 Increased veriety


Free Trade Agreements With Their Pros and Cons

Pros: increased economic growth, lower government
spending and techonoly transfer Cons: increased job
outsourcing, por working conditions, degradation of
natural resources. Are treaties thet tariffs, taxes and duties
that countries impose on their imports and exports.
Envioromental safeguards can be prevent in the destruction of
natural resources and cultures. Labor laws can prevent poor
working conditions. The world trade organizational is
enforces free trade agreement regulations.

Free trade causes international specialization, since it allows

different countries to produce those goods in which they have
comparative advantages and specialization. Consumers in
different countries obtain foreign products of better quality at
low prices. Each country imposes some restrictions on the
import and export of the country's broadest interest.

A free trade area (FTA) refers to a specific region wherein a

group of countries within the said region signs an agreement
that seals the cooperation among them. The FTA’s main aims
are to bring down barriers in trading, specifically tariffs
and import quotas, and encourage the free trade of goods and
services among its member countries.

Import goods are products that were manufactured from a

foreign land and are brought into another country and
consumed by its domestic residents.

Export goods are the opposite of import goods wherein the

manufacturer is one country who brings its products to
another country to sell them.


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