nt because: Resources at the international level are less mobile than within the country In the internal trade each country uses its own currency and in foreign trade the world currencies foreign trade is controlled more by the government The international division of labor by which countries can develop a specialization, to improve the performance of their resources and thus increase the total production - this is the basis of trade between countries. States can benefit by specializing in products that can be made with the highest relative efficiency, and their subsequent exchange for goods, which they were unable to produce.
In a market economy foreign trade arises from the fact that supply and demand vary from country to country.If there was no foreign trade, the demand for a variety of foreign goods and services would not been satisfied.
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