Introduction to Macroeconomics II
Nations and economies are increasingly becoming intricately linked through international trade. Some countries have fully opened their borders while others have taken a protective stance.
a. Explain the concept of International Trade and its relative importance to societies. (12 Marks)
b. With the use of examples, where possible, explain THREE (3) arguments FOR and THREE (3) arguments AGAINST international trade. (12 Marks)
For developing countries and the Caribbean region, sustained economic growth is crucial for reducing extreme poverty and improving basic living standards.
a) Distinguish between economic growth and economic development and examine FOUR (4) constraints that hinder economic growth within the Caribbean region. (13 Marks)
b) Explain the concept of economic integration. Discuss the economic integration level to which the Turks and Caicos Island is an Associate Member State of the regional body and briefly explain TWO (2) benefits gained from economic integration. (12 Marks)
TOTAL (50 Marks)
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