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Economics Tuition: To what extent is the policy of gradual appreciation of the Singapore Dollar (SGD) always a desirable approach to maintain economic stability in Singapore? Using macroeconomic policies to achieve economic stability in a small and open economy To what extent is the...
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Economics Tuition: Explain the scenarios under which the following methods of protectionism is more effective

A quota refers to the direct control of import demand, which will lower supply of imports, thus reducing quantity demand for imports. The restriction of the...
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Economics Tuition: Explain the theory of Comparative Advantage

Purpose of comparative advantage The concept of comparative advantage explains how countries which are efficient in production can specialise and trade with...
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International Trade

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International trade is defined as the exchange of capital, goods and services across international borders. The key concept present in this chapter lies in comparative advantage which forms the very basis of trade. In order to do well, students must know about the workings of comparative advantage and the benefits international trade brings about, together with its potential detriments.