Disadvantages Of Fair Trade

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Fair Trade It is an alternative approach to conventional trade and is based on a partnership between producers and consumers. Fair Trade offers small producers a better deal and is working to improve the terms of trade. This allows them the chance to improve their lives and plan for their future. Fair Trade for consumers and provide a means opportunity to contribute to poverty reduction through every day shopping. It is a social movement that has been adopted by several international organizations, religious and international, such as Amnesty International and the World Trade Organization, and aims movement to promote equality between dealers trade in the international community and to achieve sustainable development of poor and developing countries in the southern regions of the world communities, through the abolition of business brokerage firms dealing directly with professionals and exporters and give them higher wages, and thus consumer in advanced industrial societies can choose those committed to the principles of the movement of products, and support at the same time industries from poor countries, leading to the achievement of sustainable development in these communities, and the movement has succeeded in supporting a number large enterprises and industries in the agricultural and pastoral poor communities in the coffee, rice, spices, fresh fruits and nuts trade, in addition to small crafts, and adopted a global companies such as Body shop and Starbucks coffee
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