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  • Globalization Helps Move Out of Poverty

    Among the world population of roughly seven billions, there’re still four billions of people lack of food and water, starving everyday. While rich developed countries hold the majority of world wealth, it is time to think of how globalization as a trend should play its role in this uneven world. Rather...
    Posted to Globalization (Weblog) by admin on Fri, Mar 21 2008
    Filed under: Global Trade, Globalization, International Trade, Economics, BRIC, NEXT 11
  • Join a Global Trade Forum and Increase Business Connections

    Think about your business and your goals for the future. If you are working to build a successful retail shop or online marketplace of goods, it's logical to want the best wholesale costs on the items you plan to sell. As you scout your competition and compare inventories and prices, you know the...
    Posted to Globalization and Economics (Weblog) by admin on Fri, May 14 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade
  • Made in Hong Kong: Top Exports in the Global Trade Market

    For centuries Hong Kong has been known for its desirable coastal location, and to this day it is regarded as one of the world's top bases in the financial world. Highly populated with currency that is traded worldwide, Hong Kong enjoys low taxes and free trade in a variety of industries. The success...
    Posted to Globalization and Economics (Weblog) by admin on Fri, Jun 4 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, Exports, East Asian Tigers, Hong Kong
  • Taiwan: a Rising Asian Tiger in Global Trade

    Situated off the coast of mainland China, this tiny island formerly known as Formosa (which means "beautiful island") has endured quite a history in terms of economic growth. Once an acquisition of Japan, Taiwan is property of the Republic of China yet enjoys a booming and influential capitalist...
    Posted to Supply Chain Management (Weblog) by admin on Wed, Jun 9 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, Taiwan, Asian Tigers
  • Made and Used in the USA, Top Imports and Exports

    When it comes to studying global trade , chances are if you’re American you don’t normally factor the United States into your statistics. International trade may imply to you foreign countries that deal with the US, but to these nations the US is a foreign country, and a very important player in global...
    Posted to Globalization and Economics (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Sep 9 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, Exports, USA, Imports
  • Bangladesh, an Emerging Economy in Export and Import

    Students of global economy are familiar with specific terms defining the economic powers that influence trade and industry beyond their borders. The Asian Tigers, for example, are the four highly-developed countries (Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan) that account for a good percentage of...
    Posted to Supply Chain Management (Weblog) by admin on Tue, Sep 21 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, Asian Tigers, next eleven, bangladesh
  • Egypt – An Ancient Power Emerges Into Modern Global Economy

    You hear the word Egypt , and you're wont to think of ancient history and civilizations-pharaohs and hieroglyphics, and the majestic Cleopatra floating on her caravan down the Nile. Those who have not traveled to this part of Northern Africa may not realize how much the country has changed over the...
    Posted to Globalization and Economics (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Sep 30 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, Next ELEVEN, supply chains, Egypt
  • Indonesia: an Emerging Island Economy

    To look at the Republic of Indonesia on a map, one may wonder how it manages to maintain a stable economy and government over the more than seventeen thousand islands that comprise the country. Declaring independence from the Dutch after World War II, Indonesia has since built weathered numerous political...
    Posted to Supply Chain Management (Weblog) by admin on Fri, Oct 8 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, next eleven, indonesia
  • Vietnam: a Growing Market in Global Trade

    When you heard the word "Vietnam," more than likely images of the turbulent war that plagued this Southeast Asian nation come to mind. Nearly forty years after the fall of Saigon, Vietnam has since found association in other parts of the world with the overall mindset of the 1960s - anti-war...
    Posted to Supply Chain Management (Weblog) by admin on Fri, Nov 12 2010
    Filed under: Global Trade, next eleven, Vietnam
  • India: Looking Beyond Outsourced Labor

    Bombay Stock Exchange (Wikipedia) In recent years, people are likely to associate India as a growing center for outsourced labor. When you need to contact support for your computer, credit card account or other product, you are likely patched through to a call center in India. It is not unusual for Western...
    Posted to Globalization and Economics (Weblog) by admin on Thu, Apr 21 2011
    Filed under: Global Trade, India, BRICS
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