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Globalisation

What is globalisation? GLOBALISATION is the term used to describe the growing integration of the world’s economy. It is suggested that as globalisation takes place, national economies are becoming integrated into…

Hungary and the EU

Accession in progress Hungary concluded an Association Agreement with the European Communities in December 1991, which has been in force since 1 February 1994. The Agreement covers trade-related issues, political dialogue,…

EU Expansion

Thirteen applicant countries are presently engaged in the process: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Malta, Cyprus, Turkey. Accession negotiations are under way with the…

The European Union

The European Union, then known as the European Economic Community, was set up in 1958. The six member countries (West Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg) committed themselves, in…

Free Trade versus Protectionism

The mutual benefits that international trade can provide to all countries participating in it are obvious. To see how countries gain from trade, we can use a very simple example which…

The labour market

The labour market is determined by the forces of demand and supply. The demand for labour The demand for labour comes from businesses because in order to produce goods and services…

Unemployment

Unemployment is concerned with people being out of work. The maintenance of full employment is a central policy aim of governments, but it has been accepted that there is some level…

Banking services

The varied services of the financial sector are carried out by a large number of financial institutions which all have one thing in common: they all collect funds from the public…

Types of Banks

Central banking The Bank of England as the country’s central bank plays the major role in controlling the British monetary system and it is at the hub of most banking activity….

Business and Society

1. Business and social constraints Businesses affect the societies in which they operate. A sole trader running a small grocery store may benefit local residents by opening for a few hours…

Business and the Environment

During the 1980’s, the industrialised countries became more conscious of the degradation of the environment. By the 1990’s, in almost every sphere of environmental protection the key criterion for policy was…

Marketing

1. Definition of marketing Marketing is the management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customers’ requirements profitably. Marketers have to identify or anticipate consumer needs, develop products or services that…