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... — which depend on the Equation of Internationaliemand . . .
. The practical result little affected by this additional element . .
CHAPTER XVII. Of International Trade.
3. The direct benefits of commerce consist in increased efficiency of
the productive powers of the world
than the direct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER XVIII. Of International Values.
The values of imported commodities depend on the terms of inter-
. The law of values which holds between two countries, and two
commodities, holds of any greater number .
. Effect of improvements in production, on international values . .
but also on the means of production available in each country
. Mode of adjusting international payments through the exchanges.
adjusting, and those which can only be rectified through prices.
The substitution of money for barter makes no difference in exports
CHAPTER XXIII. Of the Rate of Interest.
CHAPTER XXVI. Of Distribution, as affected by Erchange.
- BOOR. W.
CHAPTER II. Of the General Principles of Taication.