Commonwealth trade has its roots in the historical relationships between Britain and other members of the Commonwealth when they provided the raw materials and Britain the manufactured goods. Commonwealth tariff preferences arose in the collapse of the world economy after 1929, as a defensive measure intended to shield Commonwealth countries from the rising tide of protectionism that world trade faced at the time.


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