Argentina has decided to expand the number of foreign goods subject to minimum import prices, basically so that cheap Brazilian and Chinese goods don't swamp the local market and drive expensive Argentine manufacturers out of business (of course, they won't admit it's aimed at China and Brazil, but it is). The upside? Some manufacturing workers may save their jobs. The downside: everyone will pay more. Freetraders and protectionists, discuss.
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