Foreign Trade as a Factor of Economic Growth: by Elena G. Popkova, Yakov A. Sukhodolov

By Elena G. Popkova, Yakov A. Sukhodolov

This booklet analyzes the evolution of international exchange cooperation among Russia and China within the context of the swiftly becoming worldwide economic system, particularly within the Asian-Pacific zone. The method offered within the booklet is characterised through a entire view on macroeconomic dynamics and the method of evolving technique of construction. The authors describe features of nationwide innovational economies with examples from international locations within the Asian-Pacific region.

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By Elena G. Popkova, Yakov A. Sukhodolov

This booklet analyzes the evolution of international exchange cooperation among Russia and China within the context of the swiftly becoming worldwide economic system, particularly within the Asian-Pacific zone. The method offered within the booklet is characterised through a entire view on macroeconomic dynamics and the method of evolving technique of construction. The authors describe features of nationwide innovational economies with examples from international locations within the Asian-Pacific region.

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Possibility of using the effect of scale If internal market is not large enough for obtaining economy from the scale effect, this effect could be achieved from entering the external markets by means of export products Disadvantages 1. Dependence on situation at the global markets where the growth of trade barriers is possible owing to strengthening of pricing competition 2. Weak protection of domestic consumers In case of problems with shipment of the leading export products, the economy might face a crisis: lack of currency inflow, problems in the internal market of capital, growing internal debt, termination of production, barter exchange, etc.

As the underrun of a country increases, so the tension grows as well. Tension leads to impatience, which leads to decisive, radical, and even revolutionary steps in all spheres—economic, political, and social. Impatience and various preliminary conditions lead to particular paths of economic growth. An example is the choice that is made when economic growth starts with industrialization but changes to agriculture are postponed. An advantage that compensates for certain difficulties in developing countries is the possibility of borrowing technologies from developed countries without the expensive and timeconsuming process of developing them from scratch.

26. P. 1. P. Y. Russian Definition Dictionary. , 1999. P. N. Logistics: Terminological Dictionary. , 2000. P. P. On goods and services. Review of Income and Wealth. Vol. 23 (December 1977). P. 315–338 Note: compiled by the authors on the basis of the sources: Othman et al. (2014), Popkova and Tinyakova (2013c, d), Wamboye and Adekola (2013), (Hill 1977) development of cities and industry took place, internal trade expanded, allowing for connections between manufacturers and consumers. As a result, the main goal of internal trade became obvious: “It was considered that the sense of trade consisted in exchange—in reality, it consists in making a product more accessible to a consumer”, which was characterized by Say in his work Study of political economics (Klinov 2015).

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