An Introduction to International Trade: Examining Traditional and Illicit Global Trade Industries (Paperback)Geoffrey Darnton (author)
Paperback 344 Pages / Published: 03/11/2018
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Global trade is a core topic for many business and management programmes. Lecturers and students need one key textbook that addresses the main issues involved in global and international trade and gives examples illustrating key points and discussions that are based on solid critical or comparative thinking. An Introduction to International Trade fulfils this need by covering the whole scope of global trade in terms of products and services. An Introduction to International Trade is a textbook that looks at the 'dark' sides of global trade, illegal and mixed legal-illegal, which in some cases are larger than many classes of legitimate global trade. The book also looks at the business and management aspects of global trade, such as marketing, strategic and operational issues, international distribution, real and virtual transportation, financial issues, documentation and risk management. This essential handbook provides an analysis of the new communication technologies and covers the variations and nuances needed when dealing with multiple countries.
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd
Number of pages: 344
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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