Some articles on foreign, trade, foreign trade bureaucracy, foreign trade:
... Qatar relinquished its autonomy in foreign affairs and other areas, such as the power to cede territory ... were merchant princes, reliant on trade and especially the pearl trade, and depended on others to do their fighting for them, primarily the Bini Hajar i.e ... Hamad ibn Isa imposed a crushing embargo on trade and travel to Qatar ...
... The cumbersome foreign trade bureaucracy contributed to a number of problems that hindered the efficiency and effectiveness of foreign trade ... between Soviet enterprises and their foreign customers or suppliers frustrated both parties by unnecessarily delaying contract negotiations and the specification of technical details ... Izvestiia, the general director of the Ministry of Foreign Trade's All-Union Association for the Export and Import of Technical Equipment, Boris K ...
... (1814–40), who closed the young nation's borders to virtually all international trade ... demise of Francia, government policies focused on expanding international trade and stimulating economic development ... not by a traditional, landed elite, but by foreign companies ...
Famous quotes containing the words bureaucracy, foreign and/or trade:
“Government proposes, bureaucracy disposes. And the bureaucracy must dispose of government proposals by dumping them on us.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)
“If the dignity as well as the prestige and influence of the United States are not to be wholly sacrificed, we must protect those who, in foreign ports, display the flag or wear the colors of this Government against insult, brutality, and death, inflicted in resentment of the acts of their Government, and not for any fault of their own.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)
“The girl must early be impressed with the idea that she is to be a hand, not a mouth; a worker, and not a drone, in the great hive of human activity. Like the boy, she must be taught to look forward to a life of self-dependence, and early prepare herself for some trade or profession.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)