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Free trade vs. Protectionism – the end of globalization !?

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Title Statement Free trade vs. Protectionism – the end of globalization !?
 
Added Entry - Uncontrolled Name Raluca-Marilena MIHALCIOIU; Spiru Haret University, Address, Ghica street no 13, Bucharest, 030045, Romania Tel: +40213169793, Fax: +40213169793
 
Summary, etc. Abstract: The steady growth of the world trade appears to be stopped, parallel to nationalist tendencies in politics. A very modern Dilemma for the European States  Economies is weather to adopt a policy of free trade or of protectionism. European Governments and economic associations were hoping for more growth and jobs from deals such as CETA and TTIP, but this deals were stopped under the new US President. The opponents of the EU's free trade agreements with Canada and the USA are incresingly because they fear the softening of environmental, consumer and social standards as well as more power for corporations. The controversy is great, the dimensions of the agreements being debated are enormous. The economic output of the EU and the USA together account for almost half of the global gross domestic product. The paper presents the aspects of the actual debate on protectionism and why so many experts see the „end of the globalization”. It explains why the future of globalization in the 21st century seems more uncertain than at the end of the 20th century and it points out the opportunities for a modern romanian Economy.
 
Publication, Distribution, Etc. ICESBA2017: International Conference on Economic Sciences and Business Administration
2017-10-29 11:32:48
 
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