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What is the purpose of the US International Trade Association? to help countries establish free trade to help businesses create viable exports to limit levels of investment in trade opportunities to limit trade opportunities for competing companies ANSWER: (2nd) to help businesses create viable exports

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Carlton Burgess on September 20, 2018

The correct answer is the second one (B). Foreign trade involves the buying and selling of goods and services between companies in different countries. Transactions consisting in the export or import of goods and services. These operations directly affect the trade balance of the countries, which is of interest to the Government for the country's economy. If the country exports more than imports, the trade balance has a surplus, by contrast, is the deficit. Due to the strategic importance, WE Goveno created the International Trade Association, which aims to stimulate the production and export of an increasing range of products. In this way, the trend of the trade balance is a surplus.

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