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International Trade and Trade Relations in Albania


  • Romina Radonshiqi

    (Aleksander Moisiu University, Durres, Albania)


Globalization and integration affects economic growth in the intelligent instruments and effective use of resources and potentials of each country in the world economy. The economic development of a country may follow different paths, under the influence of many general and specific factors. But each country experience suggests economic policy instruments. But each country experience suggests economic policy instruments which can be operated adapting specific conditions of other countries and to provide the expected positive results for them. Global experience has shown that trade policies have played an important role in terms of promoting exports and economic growth. Every country wants to export the products to which possesses comparative advantages and importing products which may benefit the most free from foreign markets. Membership in the World Trade Organization, actively participating in the Stabilization and Association Agreement, the steps taken within the Pact Stabilitetit- such as the signing of the Memorandum of trade liberalization have made foreign trade one of the main bridges of Albania towards the European Community.

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  • Romina Radonshiqi, 2017. "International Trade and Trade Relations in Albania," Noble International Journal of Business and Management Research, Noble Academic Publsiher, vol. 1(3), pages 68-73, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:nap:nijbmr:2017:p:68-73

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    1. Timo J. Hämäläinen, 2003. "National Competitiveness and Economic Growth," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 2210, December.
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    Trade; Relations; Integration; Fiscal; Import; Export;


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