External Expansion Limited

Showing posts with label foreign trade. Show all posts
Showing posts with label foreign trade. Show all posts

Thursday, 4 September 2014

THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN CONFLICT AND POST-CONFLICT CONTEXTS


Given recent events live internationally by various armed conflicts that affect the correct commercial operation in many countries, through social networks, we have received some inquiries of how to act in these situations. Although we have professional experience in some countries currently affected and therefore know the rights and obligations that international companies must meet in these specific contexts, we have proposed to investigate the matter and, through our blog, display information relevant about policies of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), derived from policies relating to International Humanitarian Law (IHL) that every company that interacts in these situations or at some point to be drawn into them must know perfectly for their own performance during the conflict and post conflict. There are 13 conflicts that tarnish the world right now: (In Europe) Ukraine; (In Asia) Palestine-Gaza, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen and Pakistan; (In Africa) Central African Republic, South Sudan, Mali, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria.

Monday, 18 August 2014

INTERNATIONALIZATION

Normally the transformation of a national company into an international should be done through a gradual process, gaining commitment as more knowledge is acquired of the external market and the variables inherent in this.

Friday, 28 March 2014

EUROPE AND USA BIG BENEFIT OF A CHINA CRISIS?

From the point of view of international trade we are currently at various events that cause some uncertainty in the markets, such as the case of Ukraine, Russia, Venezuela and China. We are talking about countries that are part of the so-called emerging countries and we are in a context where advanced economies fail to definitively overcome the crisis, so we usually hear omens that something new can occur, making us ask, how this would affect the main actors of foreign trade, defined as the EU and the U.S., while on the opposite side, how this would affect emerging understood as such to China, Russia, Latin America as a whole and major Asian economies excluding China.

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

THE EUROPEAN MARKET AND GERMAN ENGINE


Germany intervenes favorably in other European economies, while these are wary their best situation and believe the opposite. Is necessary to reverse this point of view and the whole of the European Union works together to transpolar German success in foreign trade, fostering a climate that promotes international trade in Europe internally and with the rest of the World.

Friday, 7 February 2014

CHINA: A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR LATIN AMERICA

China is on track to become the second largest importer after the U.S. and Latin America holds an opportunity of change for these countries if they develop a strategic plan that allows them to benefit from the growth of China's domestic demand. No easy task, but if there are a take consciousness from government institutions, is the opportunity that these Latin countries dream to enhance your wealth.