Tag Archives: transport

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Nowoczesny handel – e-commerce

What are the most crucial elements that impact significantly the pace of development in the field of trade?

More and more people at present tend to take advantage of the fact that the globalization becomes more and more intensified. It is connected with the fact that due to the above mentioned process as well as due to the progress of infrastructure we may significantly easier exchange commodities between various countries.

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Correlation between development of technology and intensity of trade as an element that highly influences the future of this sector

Increasing percentage of people currently tend to observe that majority of the commodities they use regularly come from another country. About half a century ago for instance for most of customers buying something that would be produced in another country used to be believed as something luxury.

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Trade – the best example of an area indicating what direction the globe is moving towards currently

More and more frequently is it presented contemporarily by miscellaneous experts that the impact of the borders between various countries is no longer visible. Besides, the border to time and space as well as its impact is also significantly lower than in the past, as thanks to the Web we can exchange information as well as communicate with a person that is even thousands of kilometers away from us.

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Trade – a field that is improvingly regularly mentioned among diverse experts in the topic of economy as one that has grown the most

In the beginning of such article let’s make an instant test and ask ourselves how many commodities we have were produced in our country? The answer to similar simple question in majority of cases (except people who consciously acquire only goods from their country) may help us realize that the international exchange of products and services has got so intense that foreign commodities are more than a half of whole goods we buy.

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