International trade of flowers. Tendencies and policies
There are few papers about the international trade of flowers, so it is believed that this paper, with this topic, could be an important contribution to the international scientific community. It is intended to analyze if the international trade flowers tendencies and policies are adapted to the actual world global context. For that it was used data about the import and export of flowers, in different forms, between Portugal and the world. This is an approach to understand the international trade flowers tendencies and policies. To better understand the data analyzed it is made several estimations based in the absolute convergence theory and an analyze of the data volatility. As main conclusions, there is a tendency to the countries trade the flowers between the neighbors and is needed a more coherent policy for the international trade of flowers.
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