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International Trade
International Trade
What do you know about
What do you know about
Watch and take notes
Watch and take notes
Watch and take notes
Watch and take notes
Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and
Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and
Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and
Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and
Tasks
Tasks
Watch and listen
Watch and listen
RB, p. 45 reading: Answer the questions
RB, p. 45 reading: Answer the questions
Name the trade barriers defined here:
Name the trade barriers defined here:
Fill in the missing verbs
Fill in the missing verbs
Which is the odd one out
Which is the odd one out
Read: p. 47/IV
Read: p. 47/IV
Free trade v. Fair trade Can you explain the difference
Free trade v. Fair trade Can you explain the difference
Read RB, p. 49 You were given the task of writing a report on the
Read RB, p. 49 You were given the task of writing a report on the
Visible and Invisible Trade (RB, p. 51)
Visible and Invisible Trade (RB, p. 51)
HW
HW

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1 International Trade

International Trade

RB, MK, Unit 27

2 What do you know about

What do you know about

Adam Smith David Ricardo

3 Watch and take notes

Watch and take notes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBifN69gcKY What did A. Smith want to understand with his research for his book The Wealth of Nations? What is the „invisible hand of the market”? Why is it important for international trade? What is absolute advantage? How did D. Ricardo supplement A. Smith’s theory on international trade? What is the difference between absolute advantage and comparative advantage?

4 Watch and take notes

Watch and take notes

Write down the key economic terms you hear in the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CrygjvyUPU

5 Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and

Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and

comparative advantage

Produce ____ a lower cost than any competitor Using fewer ____ and/or more efficient _____ Undercut competitor’s ____ and earn higher ___ Specialization based on areas of comparative _____ Country with the lowest opportunity ___ Specialize in the area where it is most _____

6 Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and

Fill in the gaps and then use these phrases to talk about absolute and

comparative advantage

Produce at a lower cost than any competitor Using fewer inputs and/or more efficient processes Undercut competitor’s prices and earn higher profits Specialization based on areas of comparative advantage Country with the lowest opportunity cost Specialize in the area where it is most productive

7 Tasks

Tasks

MK, p. 132/ Vocabulary

8 Watch and listen

Watch and listen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ai8qlWRHHUc What reasons for protectionism are mentioned in the video? What are the reasons against protectionism? Which protectionist measures are listed? Tariffs, quotas, anti-dumping duties Subsidies, tax breaks Explain why these last two can be used to protect the home industy.

9 RB, p. 45 reading: Answer the questions

RB, p. 45 reading: Answer the questions

What is the difference between quotas and tariffs? What is the GATT? What is the WTO? What types of trade barriers are mentioned in the text?

10 Name the trade barriers defined here:

Name the trade barriers defined here:

Taxes on imported goods. They raise the price to customers and make them less attractive: Tariffs Limits on the quantity of a product that can be imported into a country e.g. 100,000 cars: Quotas Laws and safety guidelines: Safety norms Making it difficult to arrange all certificates necessary to import into a country: Customs difficulties and delays When a country produces and protects goods that cost more than those made abroad: Import substitution

11 Fill in the missing verbs

Fill in the missing verbs

Impose /raise /lower /remove Rollover / renew Reschedule / postpone raise Specialize Protect achieve Compete reduce

Tariff / trade barriers A loan A payment Living standards In the production of goods Strategic industries Economies of scale Internationally A deficit

12 Which is the odd one out

Which is the odd one out

Absolute advantage, barriers, comparative advantage, free trade Autarky, counter-trade, invisible trade, visible trade Balance, deficit, dumping, surplus Banking, insurance, merchandise, tourism Comparative advantage, protectionism, quotas, tariffs Non-tariff barriers, norms, quotas, taxes Barter, import substitution, infant industries, tariff barriers Debt, reschedule, rollover, trade Liberalize, protect, subsidize, substitute

13 Read: p. 47/IV

Read: p. 47/IV

What kinds of steps did China and the EU take against each other in the dispute about solar panel sales? Chinese solar panels sold at dumping prices EU imposes punitive tariffs (12%, but expected to rise to 50% on 6 August). China threatens to punish EU exports of wine and polysilicon Truce Terms: minimum sales price (lower than expected) set a (generous) quota

14 Free trade v. Fair trade Can you explain the difference

Free trade v. Fair trade Can you explain the difference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldZwGDXTsmk Try to come up with 3 arguments for free trade and 3 for protectionism. Do MK, p. 135

15 Read RB, p. 49 You were given the task of writing a report on the

Read RB, p. 49 You were given the task of writing a report on the

effects of agricultural subsidies. Find information in the text.

Effect on third world countries: Low volume of export from developing countries Displacing the locally grown product Not allowing trade between poor countries Violating the comparative cost principle Effect on EU countries: Winners large refiners, not EU farmers => taxpayers’ money to help private businesses

16 Visible and Invisible Trade (RB, p. 51)

Visible and Invisible Trade (RB, p. 51)

What is the difference between visible and invisible trade? What is the difference between the balance of payments and the balance of trade?

17 HW

HW

RB, p. 48/V HAND IT IN NEXT MONDAY. Read RB, p. 52

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