Explore BrainMass

Explore BrainMass

    International Trade

    BrainMass Solutions Available for Instant Download

    According to Ricardian trade theory, nations are better off when trade barriers are removed; each nation specializes in the area where they have a comparative advantage, and they trade

    In a committee meeting of the United Nations you are considering the following questions: 1.When is international trade an opportunity for workers? When is it a threat to workers? 2.What are some of the major challenges confronting the international trading system? According to Ricardian trade theory, nations are bet

    Anticipating International Changes in Next Five Years

    1. What changes to the international market do you anticipate over the next five years? How might these changes affect international marketing? 2. Should a country join a regional trade organization? Why or why not?

    Question about Free Trade

    Does free trade equate to fair trade? Does free trade exist anywhere in the world? Respond to the questions and support your answers with examples.

    Why do people trade? Consider the history and influence of trade

    Why do people trade? When answering this question consider the history of trade and how trade has influenced history. Consider the theories of Absolute and Comparative Advantage. Incorporate thoughts on the Ricardian model, Heckscher (1919) - Olin (1933) Theory, Leontief Paradox and the New Trade Theory.

    International marketing discussion for Tesco's US debut

    See attached file. Tesco Studies Hard for U.S. Debut 1. How is Tesco adapting to US supermarket customers? 2. What is your opinion of Mr. Leahy's tips for expanding abroad? 3. What can Wal-Mart learn from Tesco? This might help: Summary New product development for international markets requires taking into

    International Business: 8 True False questions

    True False 1. In new bargaining relationships, discussions about procedural issues should occur before the major substantive issues are raised. 2. Halo effects can be positive or negative. 3. Gathering information about the other party is a critical step in preparing for negotiation. 4. Negotiation situations hav

    Knock-offs and expanding into a new country

    1- Does the manufacturer for example, Prada, have a legal leg to stand on if you are selling knock off goods? Would they take the time to legally pursue you if they did? Is anyone up to doing a quick search on this topic and informing the rest of us what they found...Have there been any cases like this where copyright/ trademark

    International Trade (90-day B/A)

    Assume the time from acceptance to maturity on $2,000,000 banker's acceptance is 90 days. Further assume that the importing bank's acceptance commission is 1.25 percent and that the market rate for 90-day B/A is 7 percent. Determine the amount the exporter will receive if he holds the B/A until maturity and also the amount the

    International trade

    What are some legal differences that exist between different countries? Give an example. How are those differences resolved? What, if any, U.S. government export restrictions are there on different products? What technical barriers have you, or your company, encountered in conducting international trade?

    Introduction to International Labor Memo

    Consider the following scenario: Your company sells its products in many different countries. The Director of Exporting and Trade has decided to take on a number of interns over the summer to help the company communicate with its outlets within the various foreign countries. The interns, who are studying to get their Associates

    The Benefits of International Trade

    Imagine that the people in your nation are convinced that international trade is harmful to their wages and jobs and that your task is to change their minds. What kinds of programs would you implement to educate your people about the benefits of trade? Describe how each would help change people's attitudes.

    Trade Theories

    What cultural, physical, economical, financial, and political impediments might prevent the successful application of absolute advantage trade theory?

    Expand to international operations

    What are some of the primary reasons a company decides to expand internationally? Why would a company want to join a strategic alliance rather than go it alone in international operations? What are the potential advantages and disadvantages?

    Brewing Company in Denmark: memo to managers about potential product market

    I'm doing my "memo" to the managers working with the country of Denmark and using a brewing company. Select a company and country that interests you. You have been asked to evaluate the country you selected as a potential market for your product(s)/service(s) and present your findings to other managers of the organizati

    International Trade Commission

    Can you help me get started with this assignment? Thirty furniture makers in the United States recently asked the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to impose high tariffs on Chinese makers of wooden products in the U.S. market extremely low prices. The U.S. manufacturers claimed that the Chinese imports single-handedl


    QUESTION ONE: How useful are letters of credit as financial instruments for Irish importers and exporters. QUESTION TWO: 1} Prepare a diagram with brief supporting notes to explain how documentary collections operate. 2} Explain D/P and D/A 3} Explain "Protest for Non-Payment''

    International Trade Growth

    How much has the growth in international trade impacted your company, or industry? I work for a Café/restaurant business and I had no idea how international trade impacted my company. I need some assistance on how to answer this question. (at least 300 words).

    unrestricted international trade

    Need help with: Write an essay arguing for or against unrestricted international trade. Some possible platforms on which to write are comparative advantage, gains from trade, World Trade Organization, and trade restrictions. Support your position with three specific reasons.

    Trade and discount

    Please help with the following problem about trade and discount. Provide step by step calculations. I. You have received an invoice for computer equipment. On the invoice you have ordered 35 servers for a list price of $1200 each. The invoice shows a trade discount series of 3/8/5. Find the net price and the discount of the

    International Business: Compare domestic to international contracts

    International Business Contrasts. Show what the differences are between domestic contracts and their international counterparts. ? Specifically the elements of an international contract. ? The different types of international contract, if any exist. ? What kind of problems may arise when drafting them ? Contract Enforce

    If nations cut all trade with one another, what products could not be obtained?

    If the nations of the world were to suddenly cut off all trade with one another, what products might you no longer be able to obtain in your country? Choose one other country and identify the products it would need to do without. Also made a good example list of products that wouldn't be available anymore if trade stopped b

    Trade Restrictions Arguments

    What are some of the common arguments for and against trade restrictions? Choose a position and describe why you think it is valid.

    Trade Barriers

    Need help with a 300 paper: Identify in the specific barriers to the natural resources and/or products in India. Please see attached products and notes on India. India is a developing country which has many natural resources and products to offer the international trading market. The following factors provide India a

    The Broad Pattern of International Trade

    Describe the broad pattern of international trade. Explain the relation between trade and world output. If the nations of the world were to suddenly cut off all trade with one another, what products might you no longer be able to obtain in your country? Choose one other country and identify the products it would need to do