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    US Economics Policy

    The manager of a paper mill is preparing for her most important test yet. On Tuesday morning, she must testify before a senate committee to "justify" the firm's high price. One Senator is particularly angry with the firm because its price is twice the firm's marginal cost. On Tuesday afternoon, the manager is scheduled to appear

    Detailed Explanation to International trade

    When is international trade an opportunity for workers? When is it a threat to workers? What are some of the major challenges confronting the international trading system? Select a U.S. multinational company. In terms of currency denomination, discuss how the firm prices its revenues and costs. For MNE's with multiple fore

    Top Five Exports and Imports from Japan

    What were the top five exports and imports from Japan? What is the calculation of last month's US trade surplus, deficit, or balance with Japan? What five products were responsible for the development of this situation?

    Public education and achievement levels

    America spends more on each student in public education (k-12) than any other developed nation and yet performs at the bottom of every international student achievement test. How can we get every child up to the 10% of student achievement in the world?

    International Monetary Relations

    I was asked: suppose that the interest rate in Irish banks is 5% for a one year CD. In the USA, the rate is 2% for a one year CD. If you left your winnings in Ireland, how many Euros would you have in a year? If you had taken your winnings back to the USA, how many dollars would you have? Also, when you cashed in your CD in

    Financial Statement Analyis

    6. Exhibit 13C1-2 contains summarized data regarding Coke's other bottling affiliates (excluding Enterprises) accounted for using the equity method. Discuss the expected effect of: (i) Full consolidation on Coke's financial statements.

    Trade liberalization

    Discuss the following argument: Trade liberalization makes poor countries worse off because it displaces domestic production. It would be better to protect the fledgling domestic manufacturers from import competition in order to promote industrial development. (Note: trade liberalization refers to the removal of tariff