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A franchise agreement is just like any other contract – it sets out the rights and obligations of each party and provides appropriate remedies if either party fails in their obligations.
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There will be many occasions in business when it is necessary to negotiate. Indeed, we do this all the time and often the exchange is continual and goes unnoticed.
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Test marketing is a widely-used technique typically used by businesses to assess whether they can introduce a new product to an existing market.
General business
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Broadly speaking, there are three routes to investing internationally: set up a wholly owned subsidiary, invest in an existing business or set up a company in partnership with an existing business.
General business
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A trade mission is simply an activity in which a business from one country goes to seek out potential trade or investment partners in another country.
The programme
Trade & investment
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Getting paid is often the hardest part of your international trade transaction. Even if you are used to taking payment up-front in your domestic market, you will find that much harder in an overseas market.
General business
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You will quickly discover that there is no shortage of information on international trade and investment.
The programme
Trade & investment
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Many firms, especially those that focus on design and problem-solving, sub-contract the manufacture, and maybe other functions as well, to specialist contract manufacturers.
General business
Trade & investment
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It is important to consider the logistics of moving your merchandise to your customers. For businesses considering international trade, however, it becomes a crucial part of their decision making and planning process.
Trade & investment
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Many countries seek to discourage imports through the imposition of tariffs, quotas and non-tariff barriers (NTBs) though they may agree to make concessions to selected countries, usually in exchange for some sort of trade agreement.
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