International Division of Labour and Intra-Trade
The study suggests : an increase in the international division of labour according to the intra-trade scenario does not imply that nations have to negatively compete for high export quotas, rather their international interdependenee is highly beneficial for both world and domestic economic development. The international division of labour must not thus be a zero-sum game in which one land wins at the expense of another. It is much more the case that additional international transactions occur within industrial sector which lead to a more favourable economic development beneficial to all concerned.
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