free trader


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an advocate of unrestricted international trade

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In the face of real and feared supply shortages, Milds prices picked up, and today it is not the Bogota free traders but their pro-ICA opponents who are on the defensive.
And, so, free traders must now walk hand in hand with the civil society groups seeking the social agendas.
Blinder is one of the most strongly committed free traders in the economics profession, a profession that itself is strongly committed to free trade.
To which the free trader responds: No problem there
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Between old and new muddle, and the certain prospect that the demolition of each bad idea merely allows others to take root and grow in its place, the task of the free trader is never finished.
There are portraits of the Premiers and some Governors, many informal such as 'Back view of George Reid, Gundagai' and the caricature of Henry Parkes as a free trader.
We are Big Government and small government, traditionalist and libertarian, tax-cutter and budget hawk, free trader and economic nationalist.
Each of these--including government subsidies--is equally anathema to a free trader because it detracts from the natural efficiency of the free market that produces wealth.
But we are concerned about the impact on the free trader and sole licensee.
After appointing avowed free trader Robert Zoellick to serve as U.
He describes himself as "a free market supporter and a free trader, but not a blind free trader.
This seems reasonable to me, but I will nevertheless give the last word on this stimulating book to a (hypothetical) free trader, who might point out (or claim) that one of the key policy institutions eventually achieved by the developed world after a century or so of struggle and trial and error is free trade itself--so why should the late-developers penalise themselves unnecessarily by not moving directly to the End Game?
Worse, the diversionary focus on exports conveys the impression that free traders value corporate fat cats over regular folks, magnifying globalphobia's populist appeal.
It's widely believed among free traders that talking about open U.