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Starting an import/export business


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Starting an import/export business

Starting an import/export business

It is very clear. Please refer to the paper that will be attached and everything should be clear. The attachments are a total of fivepages. one page has the research questions (3 of them) for the assignment. In addition, the other four pages are copies of the book that has to be read to be able to understand (those copies should guide you to be able to perform the research). In other words, follow the same way as discribed in the 4 pages from the book. The options above forced me to choose certain number of resources but it is flixible based on your need 1,2,3,4, or any depending on your need. NOTE: That the attachments are not in order (Please becareful). Please get back to me to my email if you need any more clarifications. PLEASE MAKE SURE THE WORK IS NEW NOT SNAPPED.
NameInstructor`s nameCourse numberDateStarting an import/export businessCountries are endowed with different commodities and their demand in other countries stimulates international trade. Imports account for a large share of international trade because some commodities are much cheaper when imported, others are unavailable in the importing country while others are considered classier when exported (Africa Business Pages).Question 1-Preliminary research on possible import/export activities in Kenya, AfricaPreliminary research is essential in covering the gaps in information about an area that has not been explored (Kim, 302). During preliminary research, the computer technology industry in Kenya captured my attention. This is because Africa is adopting computerization at a fast rate and there is a great demand for computers particularly lap top computers. Most government departments in Kenya including the judiciary and the legislature are using digital technology in their proceedings. Soon, all sectors in the country shall be running on a digital platform. Currently, the United Arab Emirates takes the lion share of the African computer imports market and the overall market turnover for this industry is estimated at US $ 1 billion annually (Africa Business Pages n.p.). Another reason why the technology industry got my attention is because Kenya is yet to advance to the international standard of computer manufacturing and harness the capacity to develop information technology hardware and accessories. It also apparent Kenya might take a while longer before attaining technological capacity that matches the leaders in this field. This means that in the meantime, Kenya is going to satisfy its demand for computers through imports from countries such as Korea, America and the United Arab Emirates.The industry also caught my attention due to the fact that Ken...

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