International Economy

Barriers On International Trade

Nations trade with one another because they expect to benefit from the transaction. Trade enables them to exchange things they don’t need for the things they do need. But sometimes imports mean fewer jobs and less income for some domestic industries. Exports represent increased jobs and incomes for other industries….

Measuring the effectivity of international trade

International trade is based on the process of importing and exporting goods. Every good exported by one country must be imported by another. International trade increases total output. Nations trade with one another because they expect to benefit from the transaction. Trade enables them to exchange things they don’t need…

Exports, imports and country specialization

Nations trade with one another because they expect to benefit from the transaction. Trade enables them to exchange things they don’t need for the things they do need. Some areas produce things that others cannot. It is caused by the different types of climate and soil. Manufacturing also can be…

International trade and trade restrictions

International trade is based on the process of importing and exporting goods. Every good exported by one country must be imported by another. International trade increases total output. On a global economy imports must equal exports. The trade balance is the difference between exports and imports. When goods are imported…

International mergers

The merger wave, which in 1998 was in USA, now came into the Europe. Cross-border deals are expected as firms go global. In many cases this consolidation makes sense. But past merger waves have shown that only one deal of three has worked. Success depends on what will happen after…

Components of International Finances

International trade is impossible without foreign exchange markets. Exchange rate is the price of one currency in terms of another. Depreciation is the fact when one currency has become cheaper in terms of another currency. The other side of depreciation is appreciation – when one currency increase the value. When…

International markets for commodities and currencies

When transportation costs are low and government don’t restrict international transactions companies are looking for opportunity to sell goods on foreign market. Nations trade with one another because they expect to benefit from the transaction. Trade enables them to exchange things they don’t need for the things they do need….

Problems and factors of globalization

Globalization describes a process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated through a globe-spanning network of communication and trade. It’s the integration of national economies into the international economy through trade, foreign direct investment, capital flows, migration, and the spread of technology. Globalization – strengthen the interdependence…

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