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Trade liberalization leads to a "race to the bottom" in environmental standards.

Write the argument and counter-argument, present the following information:

The party you represent
Your party's interests or objectives
Your party's assertion
A summary of the available evidence that supports your party's assertion and/or examples that illustrate the assertion.

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Trade liberalization leads to a "race to the bottom" in environmental standards.

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The party that I represent in this case is the supporter of the argument that trade liberalization has indeed led to a race to the bottom in environmental standards. The primary argument in support of this statement is that multinational companies are increasingly depleting natural resources and environment in quest for cheaper and high quality raw materials and production opportunities in several emerging and weak economies across the globe. Their only motive is profit maximization and in ...

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