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Tony Essay

661 words - 3 pages

Money - some people cannot pay in the currency you want

"to enable trade to take place in markets which are unable to pay for imports. This can occur as a result of a non-convertible currency, a lack of commercial credit or a shortage of foreign exchange"
The Political Environment - local jobs and industry

"to protect or stimulate the output of domestic industries (including agriculture and mineral extraction) and to help find new export markets"
The Political Environment - rules and regulations to protect the host country

"as a reflection of political and economic policies which seek to plan and balance overseas trade"
"to gain a competitive advantage over competing ...view middle of the document...

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.Money - some people cannot pay in the currency you want

"to enable trade to take place in markets which are unable to pay for imports. This can occur as a result of a non-convertible currency, a lack of commercial credit or a shortage of foreign exchange"
The Political Environment - local jobs and industry

"to protect or stimulate the output of domestic industries (including agriculture and mineral extraction) and to help find new export markets"
The Political Environment - rules and regulations to protect the host country

"as a reflection of political and economic policies which seek to plan and balance overseas trade"
"to gain a competitive advantage over competing suppliers."

.Money - some people cannot pay in the currency you want

"to enable trade to take place in markets which are unable to pay for imports. This can occur as a result of a non-convertible currency, a lack of commercial credit or a shortage of foreign exchange"
The Political Environment - local jobs and industry

"to protect or stimulate the...

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