Does the U.S. trade more widely than it appears?
Roc Armenter ()
Business Review, 2014, issue 1, 1-8
Given the importance of international trade for economic growth, why in any given year do few U.S. firms export their wares, and why are most U.S. goods not traded with most countries? Roc Armenter presents some intriguing evidence suggesting the U.S. does export most of its products to most countries, just not very often.
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