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Organizations relating to Market

Sandra Ann Morsilli Pacific-Basin Capital Markets Research Center / Kingston RI, USA / Est. 1989
Institute for German and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law / Berlin, Germany / Est. 1986
International Regions Benchmarking Consortium / Seattle WA, USA / Est. 2008
International Academy of Emerging Markets / New York NY, USA
Institute of Marketing and Management / Delhi, India / Est. 1968
E3 International Agency Network / Mechelen, Belgium / Est. 1978
WELMEC - European Cooperation in Legal Metrology / Delft, Netherlands / Est. 1990
Committee on the Global Financial System / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1971
Memorandum of Agreement Relating to the Production and Marketing of Wheat / Est. 1942
Central American Bank for Economic Integration / Tegucigalpa, Honduras / Est. 1961
Adjudicating Committee for the Nordic Council\'s Literature Prize / Reykjavik, Iceland / Est. 1961
European Welding Association / Courbevoie, France / Est. 1988
Amendments to the Protocol for the Prevention of Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea by Dumping from Ships and Aircraft / Est. 1995
Environmental Partnership for Sustainable Development / Brno, Czech Rep / Est. 1991
World Union of Wholesale Markets / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1958
Initiative for a Competitive Online Marketplace / London, UK
Alliance for a Competitive European Industry / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2004
Advertising Business Group / Dubai, United Arab Emirates / Est. 1991
International Competition Network / Bonn, Germany
Pacific Islands Business Network / Honolulu HI, USA
World Association for Cooperative Education / Lowell MA, USA / Est. 1983
Pan American Social Marketing Organization / Guatemala, Guatemala / Est. 1997
European Marketing Association / Brixham, UK / Est. 1969
Latin American Network Against Free Trade / Puerto Ayacucho, Venezuela
Baltic Free Trade Agreement / Est. 1993

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World Problems relating to Market

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unbridled economic competition
Inadequate export marketing of products
Oligopolies
Unsystematic allocation of market facilities
Monopoly of the media
Fluctuating agricultural products markets
Disincentives to market entry
Hierarchical control of market facilities
Non-political market allocation
Restrictions on foreign access to capital bond markets
Commodity speculation
Abuse of dominant market position in international trade
Criminal investment in youth market
Weakness in trade between different economic systems
Restricted growth in export markets
Inadequacy of the domestic market
Speculation on money markets
Industrial espionage
Covert marketing
Resource consumption exacerbated by price distortions
Proliferation of telemarketing
Instability of the world economy
Maldistribution of water
Economic inefficiency
Excessive control of raw materials markets by transnational corporations

Action Strategies relating to Market

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Marketing spices
Mobilizing domestic financial resources for poverty alleviation
Ensuring corporate social responsibility
Providing know-how for international business
Increasing efficiency of financial markets
Growing cash crops
Marketing local agriculture produce
Marketing locally produced goods
Using local markets
Organizing local marketing
Developing better community markets
Establishing orderly economic marketing system
Creating economic markets
Distributing agricultural products
Controlling drug abuse
Improving competitive standing
Supplying market information
Improving business information
Liberalizing trade
Maintaining futuric developments in exchange markets
Enabling common markets
Using economic instruments for sustainable development
Improving rural financial networks
Providing local craft market
Taxing currency speculation

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