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    Chocolate and the exploitation of children.

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    Should labor practices in another country be a relevant consideration in international trade? Why or why not?
    2. With regard to trade in products such as cocoa, what options are available to governments, businesses, and consumers for dealing with practices such as child labor or slave labor in other countries? What are the implications associated with each of these options?
    3. How would international trade theorists view the fair trade movement?

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    Should labor practices in another country be a relevant consideration in international trade? Why or why not?

    Yes, if labor practices are exploitative, the international community must enact sanctions and penalties in countries where they extract resources, which are extracted by people within these countries who are exploited on behalf of local suppliers who supply the international community. Therefore, the international community is benefitting from exploitation when labor practices are characterized by child slavery, child labor, and other forms of slave labor entailing adults as ...

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    Chocolate and the exploitation of children are provided. The implications associated with each of these options are provided.

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