Comparative advantage

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Comparative advantage is a term economists use, especially in international trade. A country has a comparative advantage when it can make goods or services at a lower opportunity cost than another country.[1]

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  1. Maneschi, Andrea 1998. Comparative advantage in international trade: a historical perspective. Cheltenham: Elgar. p. 1.