This board needs to talk about trade and economics more often
>the United States didn't trade with communist Vietnam until the cold war was over
Was it revenge sanctions? Would they have ever lifted if the cold war was still going? Was Vietnam actually not giving up all it's pows? What could they gain from keeping them? they generally executed pows after interrogations.
the united states didnt trust vietnam till they realized they were no longer allied with communist world during the cold war
also vietnam was a monarch before the cold war till it turned communist during the cold war so it only makes sense that the united states a capitalistic powerhouse trades with them once theyve hit over their peak in capitalism
And the South Sea Company was just a buble.
>Company stock rose greatly in value as it expanded its operations dealing in government debt, peaking in 1720 before collapsing to little above its original flotation price; this became known as the South Sea Bubble.
Historically how has a nations landmass affected it's economic standing?
Do larger nations flood surrounding markets with goods if they are big enough or do historically small nations tend to compensate with tons of business