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Pour certains économistes et tenants du libre marché, le commerce équitable serait une subvention déguisée, une façon d'aider artificiellement des entreprises qui ne seraient pas rentables autrement; bref, le commerce équitable ne saurait avoir que des effets pervers sur l'économie mondiale.


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