Export Essay Topics

Balance of Payment

Definition: BOT is the difference between the various export and import of visible goods of a country during a time. If the value of visible export exceed than the value of visible import than the balance of trade is said to be in favor. OR “The value of goods and services bought and sold in… View Article

Export sector

The aim of the study is three-fold: investigate the economic structure of UAE, analyse UAE government policies towards the non-oil exporting sector, and evaluate the impact of UAE government policies on the performance of the exporting sector. The methodological framework in collecting and analysing data to fulfil the three-fold aim is the research onion model… View Article

Advantages and Disadvantages of International Trade

Introduction Textile industries are significant segment, which distinguished country’s success by which nations establish to accomplish its respective aimed goal. International trade of textile is the exchange of textile between countries. The trade of textile contributes to the economy of the world. In which the prices of textiles, and their supply and demand, that affect… View Article

What Are the Characteristics of International Trade

1. International trade takes place basically due to geographical specialisation. Every country specialises in the production of goods and services in which it has a specific advantage. For example, India has specific advantage in the production of jute and tea. Therefore, India exports these commodities to U.K. India imports steel from U.K. which U.K. can… View Article

Creative educational tools

“We visualise and develop creative educational tools that provoke inspirational activity and bring positive recurring stimuli for children in their learning process and creative play. We believe on the power of creative education.” – Innospark Our team has chosen Innospark, Lithuania, which is actually a new company who produces educational toys for young children. Education… View Article

International trade as opportunity for workers

When is international trade an opportunity for workers? When is it a threat to workers? International trade is rewarding as it is unsatisfying when it comes to the average worker. When a new business is started for that region or area jobs are expanded merely because it is expected that it will be at a… View Article

The collapse of the Thai Baht in 1997

Identify the main factors that led to the collapse of the Thai baht in 1997. An export fed growth spurt spurred on huge investments in property. This in turn increased property values. An already stressed stock market was further weakened by the collapse of Thailand’s major bank (Finance One). This coupled with the unsustainable peg… View Article

International Trade Simulation

In jumping into international trade a country would ideally want to maximize profits and maximize the impact of opportunity costs associated with importing and exporting goods and services. The ideal situation for a country involved in international trade would be the exportation of specialized goods that can be efficiently produced and the importation of goods… View Article

“The Principle of the Mercantile System” (1776) Summary

According to Adam Smith in this article, the basis of England’s wealth is gold and silver, not in the lands, houses, or resources. He goes on the explain through the article that England has lost it’s focus on the industry of the consumer and concentrated more on the importation of the money they receive from… View Article

Fiscal Policy Team Paper

The United States Financial Reputation on an International Level: If the United States surplus low and debt high will have an impact on obtaining resources to invest in production. Most of the product the United States get is from other countries and will not change the employment rate that much. The United States can get… View Article

Exchange control regulations – exports

International trade involves movement of goods and matching payment settlements in various currencies. Export results in depletion of the wealth of a nation and imports create demand for currencies of other currencies. In our country, the demand for foreign exchange exceeds the supply and hence the foreign exchange is considered a scare commodity. To preserve… View Article

Social responsibility

What’s required to implement an organization commitment to social responsibility? What are the main obstacles to implementing socially responsible policies? Name specific actions that can be taken toward increased social responsibility. In order to implement an organizations commitment to social responsibility it is necessary to identify values held by society, how the organization intends to… View Article

Economy Midterm Exam

1.1. (TCO 1) The amount of money a business takes in during a given time period by selling goods and/or selling services. 2.2. (TCO 1) That part of economics that studies the operations of a nation’s economy as a whole. 3.3. (TCO 1) That part of economics that studies the behavior of people and organizations… View Article

Report on foreign exchange activities of standard bank ltd

Internship report on Foreign Exchange Operation: A Study on BASIC Bank Limited This report aims toward providing an overview on the Foreign Exchange operation Bank Asia Limited. The report is prepared within the broader framework of Department of Banking, While discussing the different aspects and functions of the bank, priority has been given to depict… View Article

International business

1.Which four archetypes does Verbeke distinguish? Draw the figures associated with these archetypes. • Centralized exporter • International projector • International coordinator • Multi-centered MNE 2.Is there one best model? Why or why not? No, there is no best model, because using which model is depends on host country and FSAs. 3.Do you consider a… View Article

Kalastaa Inc. Case Study

Kalastaa Inc. have been in the local Finnish aquaculture industry for nearly fourteen years. They raise salmon and trout for local markets, and have recently negotiated a deal with a small fish processing plant that distributes under a major product label in Finland. Although they run a rather small operation, employing 16 people year-round, Kalastaa… View Article

Blades Inc. Case Study

1. What are the advantages Blades could gain from importing from and/or exporting to a foreign country such as Thailand? Ans: The advantages Blades could gain from importing from and/or exporting to Thailand could be Decrease their cost of goods sold, and increase Blades’ net income since rubber and plastic are cheaper when imported from… View Article

Indias Foreign Trade Policy

In the last five years India’s exports witnessed robust growth to reach a level of US$ 168 billion in 2008-09 from US$ 63 billion in 2003-04. India’s share of global merchandise trade was 0.83% in 2003; it rose to 1.45% in 2008 as per WTO estimates. India’s share of global commercial services export was 1.4%… View Article

Dahlia Furniture Private Limited

I. Time Context: Last 5 months of 1984 II. Viewpoint: Mr. Chua Boon Kang, co-owner of Dahlia Furniture Private Limited III. Major Policy Statement: Dahlia Furniture Private Limited is a local furniture manufacturer of standard and custom-made furniture known for their high quality and elegant wall units, kitchen cabinets, bedroom sets, and dining set. And… View Article

Why International Business Is Important?

International Business Environment Assignment: Questions & Answers Prepared for: Dr. Abu Yousuf Md. Abdullah Professor Course: International Business Environment Prepared by: Asif Iqbal Section: A Roll: 35 BBA 19th Batch Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka September 5, 2013 Why Is International Business Important? International business is important as it gives businesses greater scope… View Article

Impacts of Globalization on an Economy

Globalization is a phenomenon, which demonstrates a significant growth in the overall international trade of goods, services and other financial assets as observed in an economy. Globalization also commonly refers to a situation where in one country highly interacts with other countries or economies via trade, competition or investments. In such situations any change taking… View Article

International trade theory

Abstract In this reading a number of international trade theories are explained to help the reader better understand why it is beneficial for a country to engage in international trade, and explains the patterns of international trade that is observed in the world economy. It is understood how the theories of Smith, Ricardo, and Heckscher-Ohlin… View Article