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perfect design thanks http://beeg.in.net/ begg Because of the inverse relationship between population density and per capita consumption, trade with nations far more densely populated than the U.S. is a sure-fire loser. With a population density 15 times that of the U.S., South Korea is no exception. We see the same thing with China, Japan, Germany, Taiwan and a host of others. Conversely, trade with more sparsely populated nations like Canada, Australia, Brazil and others is almost always beneficial to the U.S.

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