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Free Trade Policies Positively Impact the Economy of the Country

It is a Persuasive essay. Please use academic literature to backup an argument about an issue of economic interest. This could be a public policy issue, a business issue, or a more academic issue. In any case, the essay should be grounded in supporting a particular argument using economic reasoning, and supported by credible academic economic literature. please use the References of Chicago style, and find at least a couple of references from the link in the file "Assign_Academic Essay".
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