Free trade does not provide international equity. Nationalistic policies reduce production and efficiency. Professor Behrman, a veteran inquirer into the ways of international business, proposes some routes toward "international industrial integration" that would use multinational enterprises in new ways to serve both private and public interests. He knows the obstacles are formidable, but his analysis is suggestive.
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