What can we tell from a country’s pattern of international trade? What is international trade? International trade is the buying and selling of raw materials, manufactured goods and services between countries e.g. bananas sold by Ghana to Tesco in the UK or Ghana buying British made Land Rovers.
The selling of goods by a country to another country or countries is called _____________ The buying of goods from other countries is called __________
Manufactured goods are those things which have been made in factories e.g. tables, Coca Cola or Land Rovers. Primary goods are foods and raw materials that have not been made but are found naturally occurring e.g. gold or can be grown Developing countries (ELDC’s) have few factories so they need to import mainly manufactured goods. They produce and export primary goods to pay for them. 1. Write the title - Differences in International Trade between countries. 2. Copy figure 13.1 from p98 of the International Issues textbook 3. Now try Q9a) and b) from the 2006 General Paper