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Trading Favorites. Grades 7-12. W hy would you consider trading something you have for something someone else has ? Why do countries trade with one another?. An absolute Advantage :

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Why would you consider trading something you have for something someone else has?Why do countries trade with one another?
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An absolute Advantage :

  • A county or countries that produce goods that other countries cannot produce themselves has an Absolute Advantage in trade.
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A Comparative Advantage:

  • When one country can produce a product or service more efficiently than other countries, they hold a comparative advantage.
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Competitive Advantage:

  • A market may be created based on a real or perceived advantage. Real differences may be difficult, if not impossible to detect. This perceived advantage gives a country a competitive advantage.
factors that influence trade
Factors that Influence Trade
  • Climate and Seasons
  • Economic reasons
  • Geographic proximity
  • Consumer demands
  • Cultural Practices
  • Resource availability
  • Research and technology
  • Severe natural and ecological events
top 25 export commodities processing level
Top 25 Export Commodities/processing level
  • Soybean Bulk
  • Corn Bulk
  • Wheat – unmilled Bulk
  • Cotton Ex Linter Bulk
  • Other Feeders & fodder Semi-processed
  • Pork Fresh/Frozen Processed HVP**
  • Beef & Veal Fresh/Frozen Processed HVP
  • Misc Horticulture Products Processed HVP
  • Chickens Fresh/Frozen Processed HVP
  • Other Grain Products Processed HVP

** HVP – High Value Product

top 25 export commodities processing level1
Top 25 Export Commodities/processing level
  • Soybean Meal Semi-processed HVP
  • Almonds Raw
  • Rice-Paddy Milled Bulk
  • Other Veg Oils/Waxes Semi-Processed HVP
  • Related Sugar Products Semi-processed
  • Essential Oils Processed HVP
  • Nonfat Dry Milk Processed HVP
  • Other Dairy Products Processed HVP
  • Seed Field/Garden Processed HVP
  • Beverages Excluding Juice Processed HVP
  • Other Veg Products Processed HVP
  • Soybean Oil Semi-Processed HVP
  • Wine Processed HVP
  • Chocolate Processed HVP
  • Bovine Hides – Whole Semi-Processed HVP
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