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Homework Help: business

Posted by Maria on Wednesday, January 7, 2009 at 8:29pm.

Here is a question on free trade.

Country X and Country Z have a free trade agreement. If Country X buys trucks from Country Y and sells the trucks to a car dealer in Country Z, does the buyer need to pay duty on trucks. Why or why not?

I think that yes, because good that are made in other nations and imported into a NAFTA nation do not qualify for free trade..Is this right?

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