Estudio de factibilidad para la creación de una empresa asesoran exportaciones de textiles y confecciones en el municipio de Dosquebradas Risaralda
Bermúdez, Armando M. | 2013-01-25
International trade is the exchange of economic goods effected between nations of the earth, merchandise exports, and merchandise imports from other nations.
No single nation can be considered self-sufficient and has no support from developing countries, has more resources than it needs and has more resources than other areas
The climatic conditions of each nation do what is necessary with areas where producers are necessary for the survival and development of vital areas between nations. The development of international trade causes countries to prosper, to take advantage of the assets they produce most, and then to exchange with other countries which in turn they produce better. The economy teaches that it is a potential beneficiary when goods and services are marketed. Put simply, the principle of "comparative advantage" means that countries thrive, first by leveraging their assets to focus on what they can produce better, and then by exchanging these products for products that other countries produce better.