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antitrades

[′an·tē‚trādz]
(meteorology)
A deep layer of westerly winds in the troposphere above the surface trade winds of the tropics.
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The presence or absence of antitrade winds, he says, may be a by-product of the overall atmospheric changes that prompt El Nino as much as they are a cause.
High school graduates and individuals who have completed some college coursework are more likely to oppose trade; however, high school dropouts appear to only hold antitrade views on job-related issues.
The policy proposals and stump speeches reflect the antitrade position of trade unions, especially in states where manufacturing jobs have been lost and trade is a convenient scapegoat.
The Wall Street Journal likewise contrasted corporate finesse with prole bullying and attacked "the muscle-flexing by the broad antitrade coalition" including anyone who dared to say that NAFTA is designed "for the benefit of multinational corporations.
To be anti-NAFTA is not to be anti the economic integration of North America, not antitrade.
Could it be his decision to leave in place the Tories' antitrade union laws?
He said: "There is a generally held belief that restrictive covenants are not worth the paper they are written on, as they are regarded as antitrade and anticompetitive.
All of us asked, year after year after year, for the antitrade union laws brought in by the Conservative government to be repealed, but we did not ask for them to be replaced by laws brought in by a Labour government, " he said.
The antitrade forces have forgotten that it has far more benefits, says Christopher Farrell in Sound Money on BW Online.
Kaempfer and Lowenberg (1998) argue that the CITES ban amounts to an antitrade policy imposed by countries with declining elephant populations on countries with sound wildlife management programs.
He also shows how governments have lost opportunities through consumption-oriented transfer payments, distorted relative prices, antitrade bias, and other measures.
In the US, it is now largely part of the WalMart chain, notorious for being antitrade union.