If people consider the context and relationships when they make decisions about the
application of rules, they are likely to be:
Zimbabwe is an example of:
A. a richly endowed country that has suffered because of government instability.
B. a government that expropriated private property, that is, nationalized it, and then
C. a country whose leadership stole the 2008 election.
D. all of the above.
Is the WTO's idea of "fair competition" really a code phrase for free trade?
A. Yes, the WTO is in favor of free trade and only free trade under all circumstances.
B. Not really. Trade relationships among nations can be exceedingly complex, and the
WTO supports fair competition, which may mean freer trade rather than free trade.
C. Yes, the WTO stands for trade liberalization, which requires transparency, economic
reform, and no protectionism, regardless of the member nation's economic situation.
D. Yes. The WTO supports free trade and the term fair competition is used to obtain
buy-in from nations opposed to trade liberalization.