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Business: Economics & Economic Data: International Economic Data
Risk analysis for foreign nations, including coverage of current events and analysis of economic, political, legal, tax, security, and operational conditions. Includes standard economic indicators for nations.
Market intelligence on industries, countries, and consumers from Euromonitor International. UT subscription covers global market and economic statistics only. Allow pop-ups and Active-X for this database.
The cornerstones of economic freedom are (1) personal choice, (2) voluntary exchange coordinated by markets, (3) freedom to enter and compete in markets, and (4) protection of persons and their property from aggression by others. Individuals have economic freedom when property they acquire without the use of force, fraud, or theft is protected from physical invasions by others and they are free to use, exchange, or give their property as long as their actions do not violate the identical rights of others. Individuals are free to choose, trade, and cooperate with others, and compete as they see fit.