International trade is perhaps the most politically controversial economic issue. This case reports and interprets the most recent changes in trade data. Causes and effects of the changes are explored.
Real gross domestic product (GDP) during the third quarter (July through September) of 2003 increased at an annual rate of 8.2 percent.
The purpose of the international trade lesson is to provide the most recent data on international trade, interpretations of trends and causes of changes in trade deficits and surpluses, and a number of relevant student and classroom activities.
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