International Trade Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

International trade is primarily the exchange of goods and services (imports and exports) between countries – or across international borders. Since trading spans different regions, trading of this nature is affected by the world economy, as we’ve all seen when it comes to oil prices due to the conflicts in the Middle East. A product sold on the global market is considered an export, while products purchased are considered imports.

Since different countries have different resources, some are able to produce products or services more efficiently, and thus at a lower cost. These lower costs then afford them the benefit of selling it at a cheaper rate to other countries. If one country does not have a specific item, it can trade with other countries that have this item in exchange for something of value they do have available. Without international trade, countries would be bound to only those goods or services produced within their borders. As a result of international trading, in many instances there is greater competition which allows the consumers to find lower priced products available.

In order for businesses to be successful in international trade they must be aware of what resources various countries have available. To that extent information on investment analysis, economic forecasts, political status, and demographics is important to staying ahead. MarketResearch.com has the information your company needs to understand and succeed the international trade arena.
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International Trade Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Dominica

    ... economy was hit by recurrent waves of Covid infections in 2020-2021. In Q1 2022, the most recent period for which official date is available, the number of tourists visiting the island was up to around ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Greece

    ... data painting a positive yet fading picture of GDP growth for the quarter. That said, upbeat surprises should not be ruled out, as other eurozone economies are showing surprising resilience in the face of headwinds. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Hungary

    ... rising, fiscal support is being withdrawn, and NGEU money remains locked. Plus, industry – a bright spot in Q3 – will see falling output over winter as foreign demand wanes. We have cut our 2022 ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Asia Pacific - Japan

    ... by Region - Asia Pacific - Japan We've maintained our 2023 GDP growth forecast for Japan at 0.9%, while cutting our 2022 GDP outlook slightly to 1.5%, from 1.6%, reflecting an unexpected Q3 growth outcome. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Argentina

    ... into a technical recession until H2 2023. Our 2023 growth forecast stands at -0.8%. In support of our numbers are tightening global financial conditions, downward-trending commodity prices, and increased political uncertainty ahead of next year's ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Armenia

    ... from Russia is quite easy, owing partially to its visa-free regime, Armenia has attracted a notable inflow of Russian migrants and money since the onset of the war. This boosted activity, labour force, and the ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Morocco

    ... GDP growth over the first three quarters of this year, which prompted an upward revision to our forecast to 0.8% growth this year, from a contraction of 1.4% expected previously. However, domestic economic conditions remain ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Antigua and Barbuda

    ... 0.3ppts to 5.7% in 2022 and by 0.4ppts to 4.9% in 2023 to reflect downgrades to our expectations for tourism demand in H2 2022 and 2023. Tighter global financial conditions will also limit output growth. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Philippines

    ... by consumption despite inflation squeezing real income. External demand also outperformed, particularly in services. We now see the economy growing 3.1% in 2023 down from 3.3%, reflecting higher growth this year and unfavourable base effects. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Colombia

    ... forecast remains grim: we see GDP contracting 1.5%, with domestic demand falling until Q3 2023 due to tight monetary conditions and lower external demand. Also, downside risks keep piling up as Petro's administration unveils its ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Slovak Republic

    ... to reflect the worsening external environment and persistent inflation. We now also expect the economy to stagnate in 2023, as the recovery from the recession in Q4 2022 and Q1 2023 will likely be fragile. Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - United Arab Emirates

    ... shy of a three-year high. The PMI indicates domestic economic conditions will likely remain strong in 2023, helped by new orders, while job creation in the UAE is the fastest since July 2016. Meanwhile, tourism ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait

    ... Kuwait reported a KWD3bn fiscal deficit, despite oil prices averaging higher-than-budgeted breakeven oil prices. Expenditures increased to KWD21.6 billion, with bloated wages and salaries accounting for 76% of the total, while revenues came in at ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Peru

    ... based on inventories, whereas private consumption dropped for the first time in a year. For 2023, we forecast GDP to expand by 2.9%, as mining production is expected to recover somewhat from this year's disruption. ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Malaysia

    ... period of rapid economic recovery, but at a time when the outlook has turned downbeat. We expect a pullback in exports to slow growth to 2.7% in 2023, raising the odds that the new PM ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Uganda

    ... inflationary environment, a weaker shilling, rising interest rates and the recent Ebola outbreak are all expected to add to downward pressure on growth in the second half of the year. Consumer spending and economic activity ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Zimbabwe

    ... economy’s frail state means the country is unable to fully exploit favourable commodity prices. We are keeping our forecast for a 2.6% expansion in real GDP during 2022 unchanged this round and expect the economy ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Belgium

    ... summer. Overall, we see GDP advancing 2.8% in 2022 before contracting by 0.2% in 2023. We have raised our inflation forecasts by 0.6ppts to 10% for 2022 and by 1.3ppts to 7.9% for 2023. Risks ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Latin America

    ... our earlier Q2 growth forecast to 3.4% from 6.3%, but a much-improved health backdrop will underpin the economy's strongest expansion in the past five years. That said, the global downturn, recessionary pressures, and high inflation ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Romania

    ... in the eurozone area, high inflation, and elevated interest rates will weigh on activity in the near term. On balance, we think Romania will narrowly avoid a technical recession at the start of 2023, but ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Norway

    ... growth in 2023, as the economy will now likely avoid a contraction in Q4. But quarterly growth next year will remain muted as inflation remains high and tight monetary policy further affects the economy. We ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Russia

    ... forecast incorporates our view that the sequential contraction in output will deepen to -2.8% q/q sa in Q4 from -2.4% in Q3. We have lowered our 2023 GDP forecast by 0.1ppt to a 2% decline. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Macedonia

    ... in GDP growth to 1.8% in 2023 following a 2.1% expansion in 2022 will be temporary, despite the downturn in main EU trade partners. We then see GDP growth picking up to 4.1% in 2024. Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Grenada

    ... downwards, with the economy expected to grow 3.8% in 2022, as adverse global economic conditions bite. We see higher-for-longer global inflation dampening demand for Grenada's tourism sector. Meanwhile, higher inflation will make consumers more cautious. Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - China

    ... weakening and property investment remains depressed. However, targeted macro policy easing and infrastructure spending, along with a moderation of some Covid measures and more support for the property sector, will help underpin the rebound. We ... Read More

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