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There are a variety of barriers to international trade. Many are man-made to serve economic interests such as protecting the economies of respective countries. Others arise out of various challenges faced by international trade participants.

Man-Made Barriers

Man-made barriers to trade can include tariffs & duties, import/ export licenses, quotas, subsidies, voluntary export restraints, embargos, currency devaluation and trade restrictions. These barriers can arise out of a number of circumstances such as trade relations between countries, the need to protect local industries or to discourage or encourage imports or exports to defend a nation’s economy.

Ethical Barriers

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