the relationships between exchange rate and export

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Background information should be minimal; definitions are not to be included.Your paper should explain, in dollars or a country’s currency, not percentages, what profits/losses occurred related to your topic, what happened economically because of your topic, what your topic would contribute to the U.S. and/or other affected countries’ economies.Suggested: your topic’s effect plus or minus on each affected countries’ GDP, balance of payments, labor costs, exports/imports, etc.

Based on this approval, your paper’s focus must be your approved topic and its positive and/or negative international economic impact expressed in dollars or a country’s currency.Once again, the total focus of your paper must be quantitative analysis (currency) and not a qualitative presentation of your approved topic.

NOTE: Expressing comparisons as a percentage is ambiguous without a base value because the amount of change can be greater with a small percentage change versus a very large percentage change.Example:

  • If a country’s GDP increase 500% but the GDP base value is only 100, their GDP is 500.
  • If a country’s GDP increases 4% but the base value is 1 million, their GDP is 1,040,000.

At least two refereed journal articles are required and submitted paper must be properly cited with no more than 15% of the paper’s content being cited material. Submitted paper will be spellchecked, proofread, and economically accurate.




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Instructions: • Use of Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) is required. • Text of your paper (not including title page, abstract, and bibliography) should be approximately 1500 words – no less than 1,400 words and no more than 1,700 words. o Times New Roman, size 12 font (title can be larger) o Standard margins o Double-spaced • Paper must contain your name: o Research paper submitted without author’s name are not graded. o Students not submitting a Research Paper (includes papers with no name) receive a zero • Title page optional • Bibliography is required; use either MLA or APA format. o MLA: http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/mla o APA: http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/citmanage/apa • At least two refereed journal articles are required and included within your citations. (I suggest using Google Scholar to search for articles in refereed journals.) • Cited material cannot exceed 15% of the total word count. • Use of third-person format is required. (No “I” or “you”) • No table of contents • Abstract optional and does not count as part of the paper’s required word count. If you choose to include an abstract, it should be no longer than 150 words. ...
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The Relationships between Exchange Rate and Exports
An international market is a geographical market that extends international borders of an
organization’s country of origin. A firm, to the expansion of its operations, is a unique legal body
from its owners such as a corporation, is commonly a citizen of the country where it is managed.
For instance, IBM was started in the United States. Therefore, any geographical location foreign
to the territorial boundaries of USA where IBM was carried out its business is IBM’s global
market.
On the other hand, a market is the total of all the sellers and buyers in a region or area
under scrutiny. The location may be cities, states, territories, or countries. The cost, value, and
price of commodities traded are as per forces of demand and supply in the market. The market
may be a physical body, or it may be an online market. It may also be domestic or global,
complete or incomplete.
The first association between exchange rate and global trade is in a way that any changes
in the exchange rates impact the value of imports and exports. When it comes to exchanging rate
and global trade, a weak currency may influence the type of goods and quantity of commodities
that a country may be able to buy. Such a difference in commercial rate and exports rate may
also lead to a state where there is a business inequality among two trading partners.

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A study of the association among exports and exchange rate could be completed on the
government and national degree, or it might be viewed from a personal context. On the federal
level, a state whose currency is unstable is at a detriment when conducting business transactions
with a country with tenacious money. This is because of the country with a weak curre...

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