Benefits of international trade by Ari Afilalo | Saturday, 31. December 2022
About this Event
Today, for most of us, international trade is really significant. Imagine a scenario where you can only acquire goods and services that are produced locally. That will be so constrain and boring.
We would have been so confined, without products and services coming in from other nations. This will be also against the growth principle of mankind.
Generally, governments tend to impose various types of costs on top of the actual price of a product or service coming in from a different company. Consequently, international trading includes heavy costs.
These additional costs include time costs, tariffs and numerous other types of charges.
Rutgers Law Professor Ari Afilalo will conduct an online class on the Benefits of international trade.
About Ari Afilalo
Besides of being a Law Professor at the Camden faculty at Rutgers, Afilalo is a professor, writer, author, and philosopher.
Some of Afilalo’s scholar interests include:
• the treatment of intellectual property in free trade areas
• the European Union’s system of judicial remedies
• the international rules for the protection of cross-border investment
• the law governing the elimination of non-tariff barriers to trade.