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International Business: Canadian Perspective. International Trade Definitions. Import A good/service brought into a country for sale Export A good/service produced in one country and sold in another Trade Deficit When a country pays more for imports than it earns from selling exports

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international trade definitions
International Trade Definitions
  • Import
    • A good/service brought into a country for sale
  • Export
    • A good/service produced in one country and sold in another
  • Trade Deficit
    • When a country pays more for imports than it earns from selling exports
  • Trade Surplus
    • When a country earns more from selling exports than it pays for imports
barriers to international business
Barriers to International Business
  • Tariffs
    • A tax on certain goods being imported into a country
  • Standards of Quality
    • Government sets rules about the quality of goods sold in Canada.
    • High standards means producers pay higher costs to make better products
barriers
Barriers
  • Cost of Shipping
    • Doing business around the world means shipping products around the world
    • Shipping costs money
  • Currency Exchange Rates
    • $100 US is worth $99.23 Canadian today, but tomorrow that could change
    • Businesses can lose money based on changes in exchange rate
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