Increased exports

Xem 1-20 trên 47 kết quả Increased exports
  • Technological improvements, more efficient international communications and transportation, regional economic integration and a number of trade agreements have dramatically changed the international business environment and contributed to the growth of international trade. At a macro level, increasing exports is considered to have positive effects on economic growth and employment levels. At a micro level, exporting allows firms to pursue growth opportunities, diversify business risks and increase profits (Leonidou and Katsikeas 1996; Ramaseshan and Soutar 1996)....

    pdf138p baobinh1311 25-09-2012 26 3   Download

  • If countries can specialise in certain goods they can benefit from economies of scale and lower average costs, this is especially true in industries with high fixed costs or that require high levels of investment. The benefits of economies of scale will ultimately lead to lower prices for consumers.

    doc20p buonmathuot 06-10-2009 268 59   Download

  • Japanese business has changed tremendously in the past decade. Once sacred institutions such as lifetime employment and seniority - based promotion in the workplace have increasingly been replaced by “ temp ” contracts and performance - based pay. During Japan ’ s miracle growth years in the two decades following the end of World War II, the nation ’ s schools churned out a veritable “ soldier ” class of white - collared sarariman (salaried men) and OLs (offi ce ladies) dedicated to building their country into an economic superpower. And they succeeded.

    pdf229p namde01 11-03-2013 40 18   Download

  • Armor materials are remarkable: Able to stop multiple hits and save lives, they are essential to our military capability in the current conflicts. But as threats have increased, armor systems have become heavier, creating a huge burden for the warfighter and even for combat vehicles.

    pdf176p camnhung_1 14-12-2012 68 5   Download

  • Among
the
recommendations
of
the
report:
a
restoration
economy
 that
creates
jobs
through
coastal
repair
and
environmental
 monitoring;
creation
of
a
health
care
network
with
the
proficiency
to
 diagnose
and
treat
environmental
exposures;
immediate
increase
in
 mental
health
care;
independent
seafood
monitoring;
future
 research
that
does
not
only
study
those
impacted
but
also
provides
 health
care.

    pdf117p trinhcaidat 22-04-2013 10 3   Download

  • The decline in the value of the currency makes the adjusting country’s goods more competitive internationally. With a lower-valued currency, imports are more expensive relative to domestically produced goods, which should lead to a substitution of domestically produced items for imports. At the same time, a lower-valued currency makes the adjusting country’s exports cheaper for its trading partners. This should lead them to purchase more of the country’s exports.

    pdf17p loginnhanh 22-04-2013 13 3   Download

  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: RTE and CTE mRNA export elements synergistically increase expression of unstable, Rev-dependent HIV and SIV mRNAs

    pdf9p toshiba16 26-10-2011 16 2   Download

  • The UK is an open economy and an active and successful international trader and investor. But the UK’s reliance on debt-financed consumer and government spending, and on the financial sector, has driven growing imbalances in the UK economy. According to the OECD, by 2007 the UK had the largest structural budget deficit in the G7 group of countries. The current account deficit was around 2¾% of GDP in 2007, a figure that was offset by a 2¼% surplus on trade in financial services.

    pdf41p quaivattim 01-12-2012 21 2   Download

  • What does it mean to say that the corporate executive has a "social responsibility" in his capacity as businessman? If this statement is not pure rhetoric, it must mean that he is to act in some way that is not in the interest of his employers. For example, that he is to refrain from increasing the price of the product in order to contribute to the social objective of preventing inflation, even though a price increase would be in the best interests of the corporation. Or that he is to make expenditures on reducing pollution beyond the amount that is...

    pdf19p mebachano 01-02-2013 13 2   Download

  • Tourism is big business and getting bigger. In the 20 years from1980 to 2000 global tourism receipts increased at an annual rate of nearly 8 per cent, much faster than the rate of world economic growth of around 3 per cent. In 2000, income from tourism combined with passenger transport totaled more than $575 billion, making this sector the world number one export earner, ahead of automotive production, chemicals, petroleum and food (UNEP web site1).

    pdf325p conrepcon 12-04-2012 68 35   Download

  • investigated. The model shows that developing countries will consume and produce a much greater share of the world’s fish in the future, and trade in fish commodities will also increase. As aquaculture expands, especially in developing countries, environmental concerns such as effluent pollution, escaped farmed fish, land conversion, and pressure on stocks from fishmeal demand will only increase with time unless technologies and policies promote sustainable intensification.

    pdf36p lulanphuong 19-03-2012 31 11   Download

  • When the United States sneezes, an economists’ proverb says, the rest of the world catches a cold. Between 1995 and 2005, the United States accounted directly for one-third of global economic expansion, according to the nonprofit Council on Competitiveness. Between 1983 and 2004, soaring U.S. imports added nearly 20 percent of the increase of the world’s exports.

    pdf38p conrepcon 12-04-2012 25 9   Download

  • With global populations on the rise and the increasing threat associated with climate change, the need for the development of low emission energy resources is clear. Geothermal energy, which originates from the underground heat of the earth (Sankaran, 2002), has the advantage of being a low-emission, baseload energy resource. Unlike other alternative energy resources, geothermal energy production does not fluctuate with time of day or season.

    pdf0p aries23 29-09-2012 53 8   Download

  • industrialisation strategies adopted and economic policies followed have shown great differences before and after 1980. An import substitution policy had been implemented until 1980. However, after 1980, significant progress has been made towards establishing the principles and fundamentals of a market economy through the introduction of export-oriented industrialisation. These reforms made significant contribution to the dynamism of the private sector and improved the adaptability of Turkish economy to internal and external impacts.

    pdf86p lulanphuong 22-03-2012 33 5   Download

  • Global credit squeeze, escalating political tensions and monetary tightening will weigh on economic growth in 2008. From 2006 to 2007, the annual growth rate decreased from 6.9% to 4.5%. Slower growth in 2007 was attributable to the strength of the Turkish currency, which hurt the export industry, the delayed effects of monetary tightening in mid-2006 and a drought-related drop in agricultural output. The most significant slowdowns in growth in 2007 were in agriculture, construction and manufacturing.

    pdf6p quaivatxanh 30-11-2012 19 5   Download

  • Most of the remittance-receiving countries witnessed a significant macro-economic impact of remittances, not only in terms of hel ping increase foreign currency earnings, but also by virtue of representing a sizeable share of a country’s GDP, Moreover, these resources help expand markets through spending and investment. Table 1 shows that the amount of remittances received by these countries is far larger than FDI or ODA. When compared with exports, remittances also represent a significant portion of that revenue.

    pdf161p enterroi 02-02-2013 15 5   Download

  • The risks to global value chains emerge not only from the decline in international trade, but also from key suppliers facing bankruptcy, and from firms re-considering their investment strategies and retrenching to core markets. Protectionist policies could exacerbate these risks. It would increase the input costs for domestic industries and would penalise exporters twice, through higher costs and through retaliation from other countries.

    pdf36p trinhcaidat 19-04-2013 25 5   Download

  • In recent years Vietnam’s forest coverage has undergone rapid expansion, with a marked increase in plantings of exotic species of Eucalyptus, Acacia and Pinus. This expansion provides excellent opportunities for new international export markets for timber products. However it also represents new and increased risks from forestry pests and diseases, which in outbreak circumstances can have catastrophic consequences on plantation establishment and productivity. These risks come from pest and disease species already established in Vietnam, and exotic species not yet present in the country....

    pdf8p tam_xuan 02-03-2012 21 4   Download

  • By entering the East Asian economic model (EAEM) in the 1950s, the Thai economy was committed to the export-oriented, import-substituting low labour-cost manufacturing paradigm that Vietnam and Cambodia have more recently embraced. The EAEM provides for some success in expanding employment in the manufacturing sector and promoting income generation for its workers and, overall, in promoting national economic development.

    pdf10p mat_vang 26-12-2012 28 4   Download

  • This economic development has resulted in a significant increase in the living standards of the Chinese people, and has also led to further needs for economic construction. These changes in turn have created an expanding consumer market in China, and have generated a growing need for imported goods. New Zealand does, of course, export goods to China, and over the past twenty years New Zealand's exports to China have grown , from NZ$ 1 million in 1972, to over $275 million in 1991. However, exports to China in 1991 still represented only about 1.

    pdf14p nhacchovina 22-03-2013 19 4   Download

CHỦ ĐỀ BẠN MUỐN TÌM

Đồng bộ tài khoản