Foreign trade of the transition countries

March 1992
Economic Bulletin for Europe;1992, Vol. 44, p47
Reviews foreign trade developments in transition countries in Europe between 1991 to 1992. East-west trade and payment processes; Trade among transition countries.


Related Articles

  • Gains and Losses from Trade when Countries Differ in Public Knowledge Stock. Kind, Hans Jarle // Atlantic Economic Journal;Sep2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p274 

    Following the insight from endogenous growth theory, this paper assumes that countries with advanced production structures have high levels of public knowledge. The purpose of this paper is to analyze whether a developing country should trade with countries that are more or less advanced than...

  • Negotiating strategies: The question of price. Cellich, Claude // International Trade Forum;Apr-Jun91, Issue 2, p10 

    Gives advice to exporters in developing countries entering new markets in negotiating with importers, agents and buyers in the target markets. Postponement of discussion of pricing after all other aspects of the transaction have been agreed; Meeting of price objections; Determination of buyer's...

  • Trade as a Tool for Development.  // International Trade Forum;2001, Issue 4, p4 

    Presents strategies for developing countries on how to benefit from the multilateral trading system. Information on global trade participation; Discussion on three export prerequisites to benefit from the system; Importance of export delivery skills.

  • THE EVOLUTION AND GROWTH PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE. Patil, Lila Tirumalrao // American Economist;Fall65, Vol. 9 Issue 2 

    Focuses on the evolution and growth patterns of international trade. Portion of world trade for the underdeveloped countries; Factors influencing the trade between two countries; Consideration of a linear dynamic model based on ideas of growth and exchange.

  • DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND THE EMERGING INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL ORDER. Lall, Sanjaya // Journal of International Affairs;Spring/Summer79, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p77 

    Discusses the competitive advantage of semi-industrialized developing countries in selling manufacturing technology abroad. Technology exports on commercial terms by indigenous enterprises in developing countries; Growth of engineering consultancy; Nature of the comparative advantage possessed...

  • THE EMERGING PATTERN OF BILATERALISM. Patterson, Gardener; Polk, Judd // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Nov47, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p118 

    Presents an appraisal of the Western European bilateral trade agreements. Effect of the agreements on international trade in Europe; Terms and conditions of the agreements; Functional aspects of the agreements; Problems with bilateral contract system in international trade.

  • THE SINGLE EUROPEAN TRADE MARKET. Lunt, Mark // Accountancy;Mar1990, Vol. 105 Issue 1159, p22 

    Focuses on the single European trade market. Pros and cons of the single trade market; Effects of the single trade market on accounting.

  • Euro means more bank mergers.  // World Trade;Feb99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p20 

    Presents business update in Europe for the year 1999. Exchange rate between the euro and the dollar; Information on Turkey's government; Reason the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has partially lifted the ban on advance payment on import contracts.

  • Process Drivers in Trade Negotiations: The Role of Research in the Path to Grounding and Contextualizing. Tussie, Diana // Global Governance;Jul-Sep2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p335 

    The article examines developments in trade negotiations that have taken place since the 2003 World Trade Organization meeting in Cancun, Mexico. The author identifies to major changes in international economic negotiations. According to the author developing countries are working to create...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics