Flashcards in Chapter 3, Section 2 Deck (20):
What are resources that provide energy to power machines?
Wind, water, and oil
Resources that cannot be used or replaced naturally or grown again
These are resources that have limited supplies of them and they cannot be replaced.
What is this type nonrenewable resource, it is coal, oil, and natural gas. What are they called?
This type of energy is powered made by creating a atomic reaction.
What countries do not need they trade it to another country. This is called?
Growing food for sale in markets
When a country cannot produce as much as they need of a good, or buy it from another country. What is this called?
A tax added to the price of goods that are imported.
A number limit, or how many items of a particular product that can be imported from a particular country.
Taking down the trade barrier so that goods flow freely among countries
What are the three countries that set up NAFTA
Untied States, Mexico, and Canada
Countries that have a great deal of manufacturing
Countries working towards industrialization, are called
Where are developing countries found?
Africa, Asia, and Latin America
What are developed countries?
Europe, North America, Australia, and Japan
What are two types of barriers that affect trade?
Tariffs and quotas
What is growing enough food for their own families?
What are types of renewable resources?