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International Trade

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International Trade
Publications: 18,981| Citation Count: 113,339
Stemming Variations: international Trading, internal trade, Internalized trades, internal trades, internalization trade
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    • International trade is an important mechanism for global non-indigenous species introductions, which have had profound impacts on the biodiversity of aquatic ecosystems including the Laurentian Great Lakes. The best-documented vector by which non-indigenous species have entered the Great Lakes is ballast water discharged by transoceanic ships. A variety of potential alternative vectors exist, including the intentional release of aquarium or food organisms...

    Ian C. Dugganet al. Invasion risks posed by the aquarium trade and live fish markets on th...

    • International trade is an important impact factor to the carbon emissions of a country. As the rapid development of Chinese foreign trade since its entry into the WTO in 2002, the effects of international trade on carbon emissions of China are more and more significant. Using the recent available input-output tables of China and energy consumption data, this study estimated the effects of Chinese foreign trade on carbon emissions and the changes of the effects by analyzing the emissions embodied in trade between 2002 and 2007...

    Benyong Weiet al. The effects of international trade on Chinese carbon emissions

    • International trade is a key driver of economic growth, development and prosperity. Globalization and regional integration further heighten the importance of incorporating international trade policies in national development strategies...

    Zhang Shujieet al. THE IMPLICATION OF CUSTOMS MODERNIZATION ON EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS IN ...

    • International trade is a discriminatory process, accentuating polarization within and among nations...

    David Barkin. UNA ESTRATEGIA PARA CREAR NUEVOS BENEFICIARIOS DEL COMERCIO MUNDIAL

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