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History of international trade

It is true that international trade is one of the hot and lucrative professions of the new millennium. But it is not so new. Because in the 17th century, fast sailing ships called Clippers with crew were used to transport tea from China and spices from the East Indies to various European countries, and even later in the 14th and 15th centuries and from the time of Marco Polo, large cargo caravans There were silks and spices.

If we go further back, we will come across tribes and we will see that there was trade between primitive tribes at that time. Because always a group or a region or a country has products and services that are demanded by others in all parts of the world.

Since the world is witnessing the further development of technology every day, international trade is also becoming more valuable and efficient in terms of profit and personal satisfaction, so the economic, political and social importance of international trade in today’s industrial age has been noticed.

International trade has boomed over the years due to the many benefits it offers to various countries around the world. In fact, international trade is the exchange of services, goods and capital between different countries and regions and constitutes an important part of the country’s gross domestic product. This is one of the important sources of income for developing countries.

Receiving business advice in international trade helps customers to choose and buy a specific product from among the multitude of products based on the accurate assessment of the sales market in the country. By choosing the right product and importing or exporting it, they can help economic growth and meet the needs of the country’s market.

International trade increases productivity in production; Because countries try to try better production methods to reduce costs to stay competitive. In fact, countries that can produce their products at the lowest possible cost will be able to gain more market share.

Therefore, the motivation for production is created effectively, and this helps to increase product standards, and consumers will have good quality products for consumption.

Among the other benefits of international trade, we can mention the creation of more employment through the creation of newer industries to meet the needs of different countries, and in this way, it will help to reduce the unemployment rate. Also, international trade enables a country to obtain consumer goods that it cannot produce within its borders or that may be too expensive to produce, more cheaply through foreign imports.

Winner or loser in international trade
Activities in the field of international trade often start with import or export for small and medium-sized companies. But the most important issue is that marketing, technical knowledge and sufficient experience are required in the first stage. Because entering international trade includes obstacles that can seriously jeopardize your interests in international markets.

It is true that internationalization can be beneficial for any company in terms of cost reduction (transfer), market differentiation (export) and development of core strengths, such as competitive advantages, and is considered a key factor for growth.

But despite these advantages, it may end in failure and loss of capital and time due to commercial obstacles, technical problems and lack of experience and knowledge, or lack of recognition of people in business dealings.

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Professional business services to achieve successful international business
According to what was said and considering the many advantages of international trade in today’s complex world, this industry is considered one of the most specialized and necessary fields for every country. But it should be noted that one of the important parts of international trade is the provision of commercial services to respectable merchants and businessmen in the country of origin or destination.

The need for knowledge, experience and knowledge of international trade laws, international trade terms (Incoterms) and local laws of the trading partner countries are essential requirements for commercial work.

Knowledge of the regulations and customs tariffs of the countries, as well as familiarity with the process of entering and exiting the goods from the customs on the one hand, and knowledge of the process of investment and attracting and supporting investors by the governments, is a requirement of business work. we, together with nobles and knowledge of all these matters, helps to reduce costs and prevent delays in the arrival of your goods and shipments.

International business often starts with importing or exporting for small and medium-sized companies. However, even this first step requires a lot of marketing, technical know-how and experience, and involves obstacles that can seriously jeopardize your interests in international markets.

It is true that internationalization can be beneficial for any company in terms of cost reduction (transfer), market differentiation (export) and development of core strengths such as: competitive advantages and is considered a key factor for growth. But despite these advantages, it may end in failure and loss of capital and time due to commercial obstacles, technical problems, and lack of experience and knowledge.

Our business consulting services:

Free consultation in commercial matters by experienced experts in commercial and customs affairs based on the latest circulars, laws and regulations of the country’s customs trade
Estimating and announcing all shipping and clearance costs (based on the value of the product, legal tariff, etc.) before receiving the product in the country of origin (based on the proforma invoice, catalog, brochure and documents provided)
Signing a valid contract based on the proforma invoice and the information provided to calculate the costs
Notification of shipping and clearance costs to business partners within 24 hours