Trade Wars:
Customs and Currency Conflicts

Trade Wars
08
Jul

Trade Wars:
Customs and Currency Conflicts

[widget id=”search-4″] A trade war is a concept describing the relationship between two or more countries which purposely impose a variety of trade disadvantages upon each other to limit the effects of trade and usually arises from a misunderstanding of the benefits of free trade or a political power play. Countries negatively affected by free...
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Trade Barriers
08
Jul

Trade Barriers in China:
Tariff & Non Tariff Barriers

In all markets there are certain barriers that can prevent you from actively trading. China trade barriers include various imposed restrictions and fees that discourage trading. They are often split among two categories: tariffs (TBs) and non-tariffs (NTBs) barriers to trade. The term tariff refers to taxes, duties and fees paid on a particular import (and, at times, export)...
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Trade Agreements
08
Jul

Trade Associations:
China’s Membership in WTO and Co

When China’s GDP became increasingly reliant on exports, the country also became more dependable on being open to trading with many countries across the globe. Through being a member of an association of trade it allows for easier implementation for rules and regulations to help China world trade. Furthermore, it makes the introduction of multilateral trade agreements easier.   Regional...
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Trade Partners
08
Jul

Trade Agreements of China:
Current & Planned Treaties

A trade agreement, also often referred to as a trade pact, is a broad treaty including taxes, tariffs and trade regulations. The most common trade agreements are preferential and free trade types: these are designed to specifically reduce the amount of tariffs, trade quotas and all other restrictions that may be in place. The extent...
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Protectioism
08
Jul

Protectionism in China:
Forms, Purpose & Outlook

The global economy (and world trade) can have devastating effects upon countries. Particularly in times of a slow-down or recession, many pressures are placed upon countries which can disrupt a nation’s economy. A country can also feel this pressure regardless of the condition of the world economy when its economy is, for instance, in a...
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Chinese Trade Policy
08
Jul

Chinese Trade Policy:
The Shift to a Consumption Based Economy

After a decade of unprecedented growth driven by an economy built on exports a general slowdown has begun forcing the country to change to a consumption based economy. China’s trade policy shift is considered to be more stable for the long term and is similar to what other countries around the world–particularly Asian–experienced at one...
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