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Trade

Description

Trade involves the transfer of goods or services from one person or entity to another, often in exchange for money. A system or network that allows trade is called a market.

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Organizations relating to Trade

European Community Wholesalers and International Traders Association / Est. 1993
European Trade Union Education Network
International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers
United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union / Est. 1939
Convention on the Law Applicable to International Sales of Goods / Est. 1955
European Kodak Workers Conference
European Federation of Sporting Goods Stores
International Association of Workers in the Electrical Industry
Latin American Information System on Trade and Environment
Fondation TerrEspoir / Est. 1996
International Family Centre / Est. 1974
International Hologram Manufacturers Association / Est. 1993
Nordic Federation of Building and Wood Workers / Est. 1952
Inter-syndicale des pharmaciens d'Afrique
International Bureau of Associations of Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers of Jewellery, Gold and Silver Ware / Est. 1926
International Federation of the Independent Shoe Trade / Est. 1958
Nordic Singer and Musician Workers Association / Est. 1947
Federation of Associations and Unions of the International Civil Service
Standing Committee of Trade Unions of the Graphic Industry / Est. 1961
European Toy Confederation / Est. 1988
Wheat Trade Convention, 1967 / Est. 1967
Agreement of Madrid for the International Registration of Trademarks / Est. 1957
European Cooperative Trading Agency
Agreement Concerning Uniform Rules for the Marking of Navigable Waters / Est. 1962
Asociación de Bolsas de Comercio de Centroamérica, Panama y República Dominicana / Est. 1991

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World Problems relating to Trade

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical practices in transportation
Unethical commercial practices
Underground economy
Alcohol trafficking
Illegal ivory trade
Hazards of oil-palm industry
Proliferation of international trade fairs
Countertrade
Drug smuggling
Consumption of alcohol
Trafficking in women
Lack of human organs for transplantation
Criminal offences against the environment
Protectionism in agriculture and the food production industries
Trafficking in children
Counterfeiting
Distortion of international trade by embargoes
Fragmentation of the international trading system
White slave trade
Irresponsible international trade
Economic conflict
Illicit drug trafficking
Susceptibility of the impoverished to drug trafficking
Slave trade
Illegal international arms shipments

Action Strategies relating to Trade

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Establishing global greenhouse trading system
Promoting open trade for sustainable development
Applying precautionary principle to trade and environment matters
Circumventing international trading agreements
Promoting interests of developing countries in world trade agreements
Reducing agricultural trade distorting subsidies
Licensing carbon dioxide emissions
Promoting sustainable development through world trade agreements
Developing a trade and sustainable development agenda
Making trade and environment mutually supportive
Removing government barriers to international trade in services
Reducing protectionism in international trade
Economic warfare
Increasing public participation in trade policy-making
Ensuring compatibility between multilateral environmental agreements and World Trade Organization rules
Combatting trafficking
Trafficking
Employing local exchange and trading LETS systems
Controlling availability of arms
Conducting sustainability impact assessments of world trade agreements
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on agriculture
Liberalizing trade
Promoting policy coherence in world trade agreements
Evaluating the effects of world trade agreements on the environment
Recognizing different situation of developing countries in environment and trade policies

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