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A decline in the international value of a country's currency is most likely to lead to which of the following?0vns2012-09-12 21:14:02
* An increase in exports of MedlinePlus An increase of its imports MedlinePlus * An increase in its trade deficit MedlinePlus * A decrease in the price level MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I think that is an increase of imports ?
Why did the decline of the Roman Empire lead to the Dark Ages?0Gabby ( 5 grade)2012-08-07 19:09:02
I do not understand why the populations of Western Europe declined , literacy declined , reduced international trade, etc. after the Romans ceased to rule the Western Europe.
Why does a trade deficit lead to the depreciation of a country's currency?0Noah2012-10-16 13:51:35
In wikipedia says : " A nation with a trade deficit will experience reduction in its foreign exchange reserves , which ultimately lowers ( depreciates ) the value of its currency." Why a reduction in foreign exchange reserves to lower the value of the coin ?
Does international trade lead to greater equity?1Ginner2012-11-05 19:55:02
kind of an interesting question .
Europe's rise as a world-trading power was accompanied by the decline in the international commercial role of?0Alvi2012-09-29 02:13:01
In Europe as a world power trading was accompanied by reduced international trade function MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus one . the Middle East. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus b. India . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus c. North Africa. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus d. Russia.
Thinking about using international trade lead (import export) websites to start an online "Virtual Corporation0hashm2012-09-29 03:32:05
Good idea? NO ? Why? Instead of acting as a commercial agent , or the buyer or seller who would own the facilities and suppliers to cooperate agrree to manufacture a final product and sell that product to overseas buyers ? a kind of joint venture between a few dozen or perhaps investment would businesses.Their volunteering their assets , to see the product through its sale. I would be the owner of the " Virtual Enterprise " What are your thoughts ?
International Reserve Currency?0JC IS THE MAN BABY!!!!!!! 03*03*03* 2012-09-04 04:22:07
If they say that in 10 years or so , the Chinese yuan became the global currency exchange , which would ruin it for him? 'm Sposed to give half page entry for part of this work , and want to know what some of you think . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Would not it be a very bad thing because the Chinese are trying to loosen its dependence on the U.S. dollar ? So if you end up becoming the global currency , could not make it difficult for the U.S. to participate in world trade ?
Why should $ USD be the trading currency for all our international transaction?2crutch 2012-08-16 17:57:02
All our international transaction occurs in USD & not in INR. This occurs no matter whom we trade with. For example we buy crude oil from Saudi Arabia, yet we pay them in $ & not in Rial or INR. Why should we use $ in payment, why not INR or some other country be the trading currency. This not the case with India, all over the world they do this. Other dominant currency is euro. But why should international monetory be controled by rich nations, why not it be poor nation. Why should a fate of one country be decided by other country ?
How does the value of a country's currency affect its international trade?0steveo2012-08-29 15:31:02
please reply within 2 days please
How would China's Currency Pegging helpful to the International trade,?0Mcgraw2012-11-02 19:09:40
especially to the Western countries economic growth?
Are there free guides that teach about international currency trading?0Xanthe2012-10-12 13:13:21
Are there free guides that teach international currency trading ?
How does currency exchange rates affect international trading?0jj2012-07-01 21:56:02
I need a few points about asap

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