|WikiProject Trade||(Rated Stub-class)|
|WikiProject Economics||(Rated Stub-class)|
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BetacommandBot 11:36, 6 July 2007 (UTC)
Article contradictory, uninsightful, and needs rewriting
1) This article is flawed right from the definition. One statement is that trade barriers are mostly about cost, another is that they are also "differences in culture, customs, traditions, laws, language and currency".
2) No references are cited, although 100s are easily available on the net.
3) Does not explain why, if "economists generally agree that trade barriers are detrimental", we have trade barriers. I.e., this is written from the POV of an economist with issues, not those who want trade barriers, and have a reason for using them.
4) There's no historical discussion about trade barriers.
5) There's no description of when trade barriers have been effective, and when not.