This manual was produced as part of an ESCAP project designed to develop a pilot training programme for integrated trade promotion and policy. It incorporates the key recommendations which arose from a workshop, organised in conjunction with UNCTAD, in India in November 2000. Although the manual is intended for the training of trainers, the modules are designed to be adaptable to various training situations.I. INTERNATIONAL TRADE: BASIC CONCEPTS International trade can be described in several ways. ... A direct method of production would be by the physical local production of cars (involving imports of some steel, rubber and ... Furthermore, the first method works only if consumers are forced to pay a 100 per cent higher price for their cars2 than the price ... services and factors to local consumers and producers in terms of quantity, type, quality, and at prices superior to local ones.
|Title||:||Training Manual on Increasing Capacities in Trade and Investment Promotion|
|Author||:||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2001|