In reflection on our gin and vermouth producing countries, Here and There, I would like you to comment on your observations of how trade within a country and/or between two countries works best. How could either country maximize the number of martinis it can produce, either alone or in trade with the other. Who ends up most advantaged by a trade scenario? How would this affect the workers of Here and There? The companies producing gin and vermouth? The government of Here and There? Would free trade between Here and There be best? What would need to be done to make the trade between the two produce an "equal" result so that they both benefit relatively equally from trading? I will post a copy of the exercise on the Weebly website in case you want to "crunch the numbers" again. You can never have too much math!!