Import Export

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PPT 2010, PPT 2013, PPT 2016

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Importing and Exporting supports the development of national economies and extends the global market. 

Importing and Exporting are means of Foreign Trade. Foreign trade is carried out in goods and services – which includes imports, exports, and the balance of foreign trade – is presented separately for goods and for services. The total imports, exports, and balance of foreign trade are presented as summaries of goods and services.

Exporting refers to the selling of goods and services from the home country to a foreign nation. Whereas, importing refers to the purchase of foreign products and bringing them into one’s home country. Further, it is divided in two ways, which are Direct and Indirect. Every nation is blessed with certain resources, assets, and abilities. For instance, a few nations are rich in natural reserves, for example, petroleum products, timber, fertile soil or valuable metals and minerals, while different nations have deficiencies of these resources.

Economists and policy analysts disagree on the positive and negative impacts of imports. Some critics argue that continued reliance on imports means reduced demand for products manufactured domestically, and thus can hobble entrepreneurship and the development of business ventures. Proponents say imports enhance the quality of life by providing consumers with greater choice and cheaper goods.

Exports are an important part of the exporting country’s economy, adding to that nation’s gross output. Exports can boost sales and profits for a company if the goods create new markets or expand ones that already exist, and may also offer an opportunity to capture global market share. Exports also aid in the creation of jobs as companies expand and grow their workforces.

Types of export incentives include export subsidies, direct payments, low-cost loans, tax exemption on profits made from exports and government-financed international advertising. While less concerning than import protections such as tariffs, export incentives are still discouraged by economists who claim that they artificially create barriers to free trade and thus can lead to market instability.

Foreign business managers can use the slides in this template when preparing reports on the export and import transactions of the company. You can use the slides in this template to prepare import information for various product groups and place them on the world map.

Logistics managers can also use this template. You can imagine the movement of goods from any country in the world and indicate the delivery time of products to the company’s warehouse. You can also display data on the amount of goods delivered using different modes of transport. Also, this template can be used by employees of international corporations when preparing reports on sales in various countries of the world.

Import Export is a professional and modern template that contains four stylish and fully editable slides. If necessary, you can change all the elements of the slide in accordance with your corporate requirements. This template will be useful for logisticians, company executives, sales managers. Import Export template will organically complement your presentations and will be a great addition to your collection of professional presentations.