“The tariffs would be raised from 10% to 25% on $200bn worth of goods…” (BBC, 27 Nov)
“Ford and General Motors lowered profit forecasts for 2018, citing higher steel and aluminium prices caused by new US tariffs.” (BBC, 5 Aug)
“IMF warned that if the measures escalate they could shave 0.5% off global growth by 2020.” (BBC, 16 Jul)
Familiar with the above news quotes? We come across economic policies and figures every day - perhaps more in the recently heated discussions in international trade. In the midst of great political and financial changes, you need the knowledge to know what is happening and how they are impacting on your life. Check out our latest courses below to keep yourself well-informed in the dynamic economic environment.
Before you can fully interpret the financial news, you need to know how the global economy works. This course gives you a picture on globalization, trade and social factors affecting the economy.
Following the last course, you will learn more on the organizational level and management issues in international business settings, such as international marketing and dealing with foreign currencies.
The real world is complex. You will learn how exchange rates and trade policies affect various economies and their balance of payment.
Being the most influential country, America’s policies often cause changes to international relations and the glocal economy. Delving deeper into this country is essential if you wish to know more about our world.
This course is designed for you to know China and how it has boomed to become a superpower second only to the United States in terms of GDP and international influence.
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