International Trade-TheoryBy Alfonso Llanes
International trade is the inseparable companion of transportation and this paper will investigate in separate parts theory,, and the public organizations and NGO's that encompass international commerce. How cargo is classified not only for valuation of duties and taxation but for the efficient packaging, handling and movement from a point origin to destination as a single cargo units. In addition, this paper will examine international trade data regarding producer-consumer-countries across international such as energy, agriculture, base metals, ores and the exchanges for bulk, semi-manufactured, and manufactured merchandise and commodities were bidding takes place. Thousands of books and papers have been written over a long span of years about transportation, trade, markets and so on, nonetheless, the intention of this paper is to revisit these same issues with a different lens and apply recent and the innovative approaches by making use of applied fractals for the analysis. The reason for taking this method is that markets behave in chaotic ways with unpredictable economic swings that go beyond the business cycle, so, new tools are needed to explore our challenging times.