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  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE ENVIRONMENT

  • international trade environment

    inter trade environmentCountries are becoming economically interdependent, characterized by a movement of goods, services, labour and capital across borders. Cooperation enables better linkages among the smaller marginalized producers and between smaller and larger mainstream enterprises.

    The International trade environment module is made to perceive all the aspects of the globalization on how trade and exports led to job creation, poverty reduction, prosperity and development in many communities.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    ITC has developed this learning course as part of its continuing mission to develop and improve world trade, especially for developing countries and women entrepreneurs. The specialist authors have drawn from their experience and from the learning gained from respected works used in their personal development to enable you to:

    • Understand how the world is changing through globalization and the impact that this can have on your company;
    • Learn about the benefits, risks and challenges of international trade and the questions that you should ask when considering exporting;
    • Be more aware of the rules, regulations and international trade agreements governing global markets and how they can affect your export activities;
    • Know what sources of information to consult in order to stay informed about the current domestic and international trade environment.