Free Trade: Whatâ€™s Wrong?
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Mathew GandaraStreet AddressCity, St Zip
The Honorable Representatives Office AddressUnited States House of Representatives/United State SenateCity, State, Zip
To Whom It May Concern
I am writing this letter as I urge to you to notice the consequences of free trade on developing as well as underdeveloped nations. Every nation makes policies and increases trade to increase its economic growth. However, it is equally important to understand its impact on other nations and people living there. On one side, free trade is connecting the world by involving entire nations in the world market. Free trade is a big source for America to remain in competition with high productive firms to increase economic growth. On the other hand, it also has negative consequences on under-developing or undeveloped nations. These issues include low wages for labor, moral flaws, and other safety issues1.
The main advantage of free trade is to decrease production costs. American brands have opened a number of factories and franchises in different nations where they can decrease production costs by utilizing cheap labor or cheap capital. They hire labor from the undeveloped countries in lower wages as compared to the native employees. This is good for the undeveloped nation as hiring results in an increase in employment level. However, it also results in a low wage rate for the labor. Companies take more work from labor and pay them far less than the actual wage. This is causing violations of labor rights. In addition, as the government of other nations acquire limited access to the companies, therefore companies are lacking of morals and ignore other safety measures for the labors. They are unable to provide a healthy environment to the labor where research indicates that numbers of deaths are increasing at the workplace due to the lack of safety equipment. This is an example of moral flaws. It is important to increase production and acquire more profit. However, it is against morality to put the lives of labor in danger and pay them less than they deserve. Equality of wealth and income should be the priority of the companies1.
Therefore, I want you to address this concern in the senate by arguing against free trade. I am not against free trade but I believe that policies should be made to increase the rights and safety of the labor. If any company is unable to provide a healthy environment and reasonable wages, then it should be banned to increase its production at the international level. These moral flaws are also against nature. This is because companies ignore the waste material and emission of other dangerous gases which are affecting people of the undeveloped nation and also affecting the natural environment.
Free trade should be banned and companies should increase their production at the domestic level. It will help to increase the employment level within the nation. In addition, people will get more opportunities to improve their living standards. It will also protect the cheap labor from the undeveloped country as they face discrimination through free trade. I hope you will raise this point to make the change and to raise the point regarding low wages, moral flaws, and other safety issues. I am looking forward to your positive response. Your attention will help to save a number of lives and environments at the same time. I shall be thankful to you in advance and please feel free if you want to make a discussion regarding the issue with me.
Mathew GandaraFree Trade whats wrong
Rupert, M. E. (1995). (Re) Politicizing the global economy Liberal common sense and ideological struggle in the US NAFTA debate. Review of International Political Economy, 2(4), 658-692.
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