Tourism and International Relations (3): Globalization and World Trade-(Diploma-Postgraduate)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Al Farwānīyah (Kuwait)

£ 4,000 - (Rs 3,26,132)
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  • Training
  • Al farwānīyah (Kuwait)
  • Duration:
    5 Days
  • When:

Suitable for: International Negotiators. International Conflict Managers. United Nations Officials. National Tourist Officers. Tourism Promoters. Tourism Development Officers. Tourism Ministry Officials. Hotel and Tourism Consultants. National Government Ministers with Tourism in their Portfolio. Local Tourism Development Officers. National Economists. Lecturers of International Affairs. Lecturers of Tourism. Tourism Consultants. Conflict Resolution Consultants. War Officers. Mediation Officers

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Where and when

Starts Location
Al Farwānīyah
al-Kuwait, Kuwait
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Course programme

Contents, Concepts and Issues

· Globalization as increasing worldwide integration of communications, culture, and economics

· Globalization and national culture

· Globalization and financial risk management

· The emergence of the World Trade Agreement (WTA)

· The World Trade Organisation (WTO)

· Dumping, anti-dumping and anti-subsidy: Introduction

· Detecting and validating dumping

· Dumping and counter countervailing measures

· China and India and WTO: Cases in points

· The sunset agreement

· United State and Britain: The cold trade world

· The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

· The General Agreement of Trade in Services (GATS)

· The inspection of GATS

· The objectives of GATS

· International participation in GATS

· Services covered by GATS

· Opposition to GATS

· Who are the main beneficiaries of GATS

· GATS and National and International frontiers

· GATS and National Sovereignty

· GATS and National Security

· The case of US port (P and O ferries) and the (Dubai ports authority)

· GATS and the US stance

· Accommodating GATS: The European prospective

· GATS and national markets in infiltration

· The UK’s attribute to GATS

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