History Ms. Sue

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What is one positive benefit of global peace and economics?

  • History Ms. Sue -

    Global peace produces trade between countries.

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    is that because those trading nations would be at ease with each and trade at their own will. Negotiations would not have to be made because everyone would be getting along with each other. Or is that not the right direction???

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