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business law QUESTIONS
need 100 - 200 word answers to the following questions.
Donald Trump has mentioned several times that the United States doesn't "win" anymore when it comes to trade. The idea of winning a trade is pretty subjective because measuring trade value can be difficult. But it does bring up an interesting point.
1) What legal parameters exist to help people win a trade?
2) Does the law favor one sided trades or equal trades? What if a trade appears to be even but it ends up being a lopsided? Is there a legal remedy there?
3) Does Trump have it right when he argues that we should be aiming to win every trade or will this run afoul of the law?