3.The world price of a pair of shoes is $20. Explain how consumers and producers in Brazil gain or lose as a result of international trade. Show the change in Brazil’s purchases, production, and price of a pair of shoes.
4.Who in the United States loses from free trade in shoes with Brazil? Explain why.
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