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INTERNATIONAL TRADE.

In foreign policy. Use in conflicts between nations, politics & economics, history, free trade, protectionism, motivations, conflict of business cultures, ideology, embargoes & sanctions (South Africa, Soviet Bloc, Latin America).
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