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The dynamics in the international commercial changes in globalization terms-Comparison situation

Ion Gr. Ionescu

Manager Journal, 2010, vol. 11, issue 1, 153-162

Abstract: The bigest weight of commercial changing of the country analysis have the manufactured products like: automobiles and industrial utilities, informatic products, ways of transportation,chimical products, thextile and footwear, this have 80% from total exports and 76% from total import. This fact is the consequence of recession of the working divizion , of speciality in industrial product, on branch and sub branch, on the type of products and subansanble of an morale abrasion for the product majority.The products of base have a low ponder in the exports and imports of this countries, they present a commercial balance and pasive for the raw metals and fuel, as the export of alimentary products, this country plais a role very important. So if it’s affected by the period of crisis, the international trade it has an important role in the sustain of economic growth of them. The sustain of this project are convinced that the introduction of the new coin will have positive feedback for the worldwide economy, confronted now with one of the most sedate crisis. And the european economy it will have, only to win from the project and the investitors can drop the unsure marketing from other continents for the investment in a stable region. With all of this the growth ot the european economy can be late, however, makes it doubt the succes of the „euro†project. The International Monetary Fond have seen that the eleven european countries that adopted euro at the 1st of January 2006, a growth of the Intern Brute Porduct (IBP) of 2,4% (same as for European Union), 2,6% in spring with 0,4% less then 2005, the growth that classifies as „ solid and continuous†.

Keywords: changes; firm; international trade; globalization; economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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