Free trade is not equitable

Generally speaking, trade agreements and free trade by no means always promote fair and equitable trade. The economies of developing countries are often not sufficiently developed to withstand international competition. Despite international recognition that developing countries cannot always go as far as richer countries, in negotiations the rich countries do try and get the best deal possible for their own businesses and economic interests (source: BothEnds)

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