Category: 4.3.5.4-Economics and Trade War

  • State – Business Alliances

    STATE BUSINESS ALLIANCES Forms of subsidy to companies that engage in international trade produces multipliers. The math has been done. That’s why it continues. In fact, throughout history, the state-biz partnership in international trade has been a requirement at worst, and the central source of economic competition at best. The problem with state-business relations occurs when: (a) consumers have no […]