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132 5. Indirect benefits of commerce, economical and moral; still greater than the
direct, . . . . . . . . 134 CHAPTER XVIII. Of International Values. § 1. The values of
imported commodities depend on the terms of international interchange, • • - - .
The cost to a country of its imports, on what circumstances dependent, - - • * * - - -
- . 163 CHAPTER XIX. Of Money, considered as an Imported Commodity. v1.
Money imported in two modes; as a commodity, and as a medium of exchange, ...
how modified by the tendency of profits to a minimum, . 5. Effects of discriminating
duties, - - - - 6. Effects produced on international exchange by duties on exports
and on imports, CHAPTER W. Of some other Tazes. § 1. Taxes on contracts, .
But however this may be, our propositions with respect to value will require no
other alteration, where money is an imported commodity, than that of substituting
for the cost of its production, the cost of obtaining it in the country. Every foreign ...
An ounce of gold or silver will in the long run exchange for as much of every other
commodity, as can be produced or imported at the same cost with itself. And an
order, or note of hand, or bill payable at sight, for an ounce of gold, while the ...
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