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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

  • Russia Country Report - July , 2017

    ...May and 3.4% in June was more encouraging. At the same two key metrics went into the black after years of decline: real disposable income and construction both went positive in the 1Q17 showing that ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - July , 2017

    ...up by 3.5% y/y in May, marking the best growth in output since August 2015. The indicators suggest that Turkey’s economic growth will be stronger in the second quarter than it was in the first, ... Read More

  • Cyprus: In-depth PEST insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Cyprus through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Cyprus through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Mongolia: In-depth PEST insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Mongolia through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Mongolia through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Brazil: In-depth PESTLE insights

    ...trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Brazil through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Brazil through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Benin Country Risk Report 2017

    ...public and private sectorinvestment. However, we do not believe that growth will reach levelsaimed for by the government given that the business environmentreforms will not be sufficient to attract the kind of private investmentthat the ... Read More

  • Cameroon Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...note that potential unrest inthe run-up to the 2018 election could weigh on investor sentimentand pose risks to the country's bright outlook. Capital spending in Cameroon will keep the import bill elevatedover the coming years, ... Read More

  • Canada Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...to sustainable levels. We see weakening economic momentum carrying over into2018 as a renewed bout of oil price weakness will weigh onprivate investment. We expect to see increased efforts by Canadian provincial premiersto influence US ... Read More

  • Chile Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...in the years ahead and investmentinto non-copper sectors will become a key driver of economicgrowth. Chile's current account deficit will widen modestly in 2017 as a strikeat the Escondida copper mine will weigh on exports. ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...position. However, we note thatthe country will remain an economic outperformer owing to stronginvestment, and a strengthening business environment which willattract development of new sectors. Côte d'Ivoire's fiscal deficit will peak in 2017, as subdued ... Read More

  • Croatia Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...only expected to return to its pre-crisis highby 2020. After a volatile 2016, we expect a return to relative political calm inthe coming quarters, though caution that the government coalitionremains vulnerable to internal divisions over ... Read More

  • Cyprus Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...help prop up growth.Regardless, growth will remain weak due to public sector austerity,competitive pressures on wages and disposable income, and highlevels of non-performing loans in the banking sector. Greek and Turkish Cypriots are nearing a ... Read More

  • Ecuador Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...pace of growth. We expect Ecuador to post a narrower current account surplus in2017, as import growth outpaces that of exports. The legacy and policies of Rafael Correa's Alianza PAIS (AP) willcontinue under President Lenín ... Read More

  • Finland Country Risk Report Q4 2017

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  • France Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...growthacross the board, which will help in bringing down France's highunemployment rate. In 2017 and 2018 we expect the structural inefficiencies of theFrench economy in combination with rising oil prices to result in anexpansion of ... Read More

  • Iraq Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...elevated over the coming quartersamid the highly militarised nature of the Iraqi society, grievancesamong religious and ethnic minorities, intra-Shi'a tensions andexternal powers vying for influence. The organisation of an independence referendum in the KurdistanRegional Government ... Read More

  • Kenya Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...recent months. That said, headwindsin 2017 have been largely transitory and growth will accelerate fromH2 as a packed infrastructure pipeline continues to attract investment. A combination of fixed direct investment into Kenya’s infrastructurenetwork and access ... Read More

  • Lithuania Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...headwinds afterthe economy posted strong Q117 headline growth, but won't suppressa notable acceleration in real GDP growth over the comingtwo years. Tensions neighbouring Russia will continue to pose the largest threatto investor interests in Lithuania ... Read More

  • Namibia Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...see a significantramp-up in mining output, high household indebtedness will limitgrowth in private consumption. The Bank of Namibia will begin an easing cycle in H217 and carryit into 2018 as inflationary pressures gradually ease, and ... Read More

  • Pakistan Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...the ongoing cyclical boom. However, our real GDP growth forecasts beyond FY2016/17 arequite conservative relative to consensus expectations as overheatingpressures are growing. We forecast real GDP growth to fall to4.6% in FY2018, compared to expectations ... Read More

  • Senegal and Gambia Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...2017. However, the recovery will beconstrained by imbalances that had built up in recent years and thatwill need to be unwound. The victory of President Adama Barrow's United Democratic Partyparty in April's parliamentary election bodes ... Read More

  • South Africa Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...consolidation limitsgovernment spending. Elevated policy uncertainty and a poor operatingenvironment will act as a continued headwind to investment. We expect South Africa's fiscal deficit to narrow, though at a slowerpace than anticipated by the government. ... Read More

  • United Kingdom Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...instability following the June 8snap election, and UK government’s ongoing intention to pursue a‘hard’ Brexit – leaving the EU single market and customs union. A‘hard’ Brexit with a transitional arrangement in place is our core ... Read More

  • Yemen Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...circumstances. Evenif an agreement is eventually reached, broad stability will depend ona much wider range of actors agreeing to a common agenda – bothwithin the local alliances and among the wider international community. Yemen's economy ... Read More

  • Azerbaijan Country Risk Report Q4 2017

    ...the EU and China, and Georgia'shigh ranking (16th out of 190) in the World Bank's Ease of DoingBusiness Ranking, will support the investment outlook. Georgia's current account deficit will remain wide over the comingyears, but ... Read More

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