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Comparative Advantage (without Trade): Module TwoExternal Learning ToolSTOP: Please read the instructions before clicking on the simulation link. The simulation runs immediately after opening the link. Do not leave the computer while simulation is running (apprx. 5 min) to see the entire process and results.Click the link above to access the simulation. You will need to review it before completing the simulation discussion for this module. Comparative Advantage (with Trade): Module TwoExternal Learning ToolSTOP: Please read the instructions before clicking on the simulation link. The simulation runs immediately after opening the link. Do not leave the computer while simulation is running (apprx. 5 min) to see the entire process and results.Click the link above to access the simulation. You will need to review it before completing the simulation discussion for this module. 2-2 Simulation Discussion: Comparative AdvantageDiscussion Topic Starts Oct 30, 2021 11:59 PMNOTE THAT A CUSTOM RUBRIC IS USED FOR THIS DISCUSSION.The United States has a comparative advantage over China on the production of specialized and capital-intensive labor. It also has a comparative advantage in the production of services, such as travel and tourism.For this discussion, first play these simulation games in the MindTap environment:Comparative Advantage (Without Trade) Comparative Advantage (With Trade) In your initial post, share your experience playing the games, and include an image of one of your simulation reports. (See Module Two Simulation Discussion Screenshot Instructions PDF.) Then address the following:Countries trade goods just like the food trucks do in the simulation. Did the food trucks benefit from specialization and trade? How can the United States benefit from specialization and trade? Provide examples from the textbook. Research and share a current news article on international trade that supports the argument economists make in favor of free trade agreements (FTAs). In what ways is the article supportive of FTAs? In your responses, comment on at least two of your peers’ posts. Critique the arguments made in each peer’s article by weighing the costs of FTAs against the benefits. Support your position with sources from the news or the textbook.To access your simulations, click the simulation link found in the module.To complete this assignment, review the Module Two Simulation Discussion Guidelines and Rubric.