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Trade Liberalization and Morally-Conscious Environmental Policy

Trade liberalization conflicts with morally-conscious environmental policies. While it is true that economic growth is necessary for general welfare and that economic growth requires the use of many natural resources that these resources are also affected, it is also true that only with moral conscious policies and rules that establish a priority the protection the environment, we can have a better world focused on the ecological protection.

What is the argument to support this?

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The above argument can be easily supported. As stated in the argument, trade liberalization is the easiest and most common way to stimulate growth, which develops the economy. However, the cost of trade liberalization is oftentimes seen as outweighing the benefits, and when we look at the argument, we can see why. The trade liberalization makes it possible for countries to trade without restriction. Because we have some countries that are bigger and more developed in both technology and more developed financially, we have an inherently unbalanced system between the larger country and any other country that they will trade with, in free trade from the trade liberalization. Because larger countries have more natural ...

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Trade liberalization conflicts with morally-conscious environmental policies. While it is true that economic growth is necessary for general welfare and that economic growth requires the use of many natural resources that these resources are also affected, it is also true that only with moral conscious policies and rules that establish a priority the protection the environment, we can have a better world focused on the ecological protection.

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