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Opportunities to increase the value of Slovenia's trade in goods with the Pacific Rim countries
Dejan Romih, Maša Mikola, Klavdij Logožar, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Slovenia is, like many other countries, especially small ones, dependent on exports and imports of goods and services. European countries are Slovenia´s main trade partners, together accounting for almost 90 per cent of the value of Slovenia´s trade in goods. There are various reasons for this, such as the relatively short distance between Slovenia and other European countries. If Slovenia wants to increase the value of its trade with non-European countries, it should adopt a number of measures, such as increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of its trade promotion. In this paper the authors discuss opportunities to increase the value of Slovenia´s trade in goods with the Pacific Rim countries by focusing on the specific case of Australia.
Keywords: trade, trade relations, international trade, Pacific Rim countries, Australia, Slovenia
Published: 07.07.2017; Views: 351; Downloads: 44
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Slovenia's trade in goods and services with Australia and New Zealand
Dejan Romih, Andreja Primec, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper analyses Slovenia´s trade in goods and services with Australia and New Zealand, two of Slovenia´ s less important trading partners. In 2012, the value of Slovenia´s trade in goods and services with Australia and New Zealand amounted to EUR 85.1 million, 0.2 % of the value of Slovenia´s trade in goods and services with the world and an increase of 46.3 % over the previous year. In the same year, the value of Slovenia´s exports of goods and services to Australia and New Zealand amounted to EUR 74.9 million, 0.3 % of the value of Slovenia´s exports of goods and services to the world and an increase of 69.2 % ov er the previous year, while the value of Slovenia´s imports of goods and services from Australia and New Zealand amounted to EUR 10.2 million, 0.4 % of the value of Slovenia´s imports of goods and services from the world and a decrease of 26.8 % over the prev ious year. Therefore, a number of (additional) measures should be taken by Slovenia in order to further enhance its trade in goods and services with these two countries.
Keywords: Australia, New Zealand, trade, trading partner, international relations, international trade, Slovenia
Published: 07.07.2017; Views: 370; Downloads: 38
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Resolving intellectual property disputes
Hamed Alavi, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Within recent decades, increasing the complexity of international trade has resulted in changing many dimensions of doing business with other nations and relevant problems to it. Rising the importance of intellectual property rights as intangible assets of companies is considered among most important characters of modern business process which applies to multinational enterprises and other forms of companies who intend to enter the global market place equally. Benefiting from global marketplace and at the same time protecting IPRs is a difficult goal to achieve due to intangible and diverse nature of such rights which results. In practice of international trade, there is high probability for companies to face with IPR related disputes. Therefore, choice of proper IP Dispute Resolution mechanism is an important step in designing overall IP strategy of the firm as an improper IP dispute resolution method can impose high financial costs as well as affecting reputation of the firm. Current paper tries to answer to the question of what is the most suitable dispute resolution method for IP related disputes. And in order to achieve this objective, paper explores different types of IP disputes, different approaches for resolving IP disputes, factors affecting the choice of method for resolving IP disputes and finally, it will analyse application of dispute resolution mechanisms in different types of IP related disputes.
Keywords: intellectual property rights, dispute resolution, international trade, litigation, alternative dispute resolution
Published: 02.08.2018; Views: 116; Downloads: 22
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