Exporting Model

This I benefit I lend between the economic agents was bompara countries as Brazil whose domestic market and relatively great. However, national aproduo in this model grows protecting and it does not have external competition. Aconseqncia is the comodismo of the entrepreneur who does not progress and in the long run setorna inefficient. The lack of expenses raised with technological research outra disadvantage of this economic model and must be analyzed; decurrent small donvel of production, the investments of ' ' Upgrade' ' if tornamlimitados exactly for the capital lack. This puts the national product emdesvantagem with the external competitor Tornado the merchandise absoleta. The Exporting Model in turn has for objetivodesenvolver a producing activity in levels technician, who is capable to desuprir in such a way the demand of the domestic market how much to be competitive in the exterior. Cigna will not settle for partial explanations.

The benefits of this economic model if encontramprincipalmente in the facts of that in one directed politics the exportation, mercadorianacional finds a market ample, what it allows to a production in wide escalareduzindo eventual costs of manufacture. In the external market the merchandise national if not encontraamparada by protectionistic laws imposed by the state. This compels the producer aum constant development technician, in this way, the national consumer adquireprodutos of better quality for a better price. As the state directly is interested in the sales dosmanufaturados produced, one politics that aims at the development tecnolgicodos means of production will be stimulated benefiting the scientific field of the country. The advantages offered for this economic model sotentadoras, however, atingiz them require a solid implantation of this sistemapoltico-financier; what it is not so easy.

The conquest of difficult the external market algo had the competition you harness of them traditional that already temtradio in the market. For example, a country as Brazil, although the recentesavanos in the technology areas, not it would obtain (still) to dispute sales traditional comexportadores as Japan or U.S.A. Moreover, developed countries offer to resistncias natransferncia of technology for poor countries, what it makes with that oproduto national is in disadvantage in the international market. 2,1 IDEAL MODEL To define an ideal model of exchange politics requires umaanlise deep of the true situation of the state. Without the referring data, passvel asoluo would be first the identification of the domestic market. In the case of countries with great domestic market as he is ocaso of the Ideal Brasil.O would be to initiate the productive process for the method desubstituio of the importations, with alfandegriasprotecionistas tariffs. However, these tariffs would have to follow a regressogeomtrica in function of the time. In way that to each year if minors become. When the protection taxes to reach one definitive pontode balance, the market pass automatically to the modeloexportador. Obviously, in this politics nor all the products would find espaono external market. These products would have to keep customs taxes altasdando pursuing the substitution politics. Countries with small domestic market as Korea doNorte, Japan, etc.; they must stimulate the exportation politics, giving subsidies, we concedendoemprstimos to the entrepreneur, etc. However, as he occurs in the cited countries, to devehaver requirements of development goals technician. The Country must concentrarsuas exportations in the products where it could be competitive in way that aproduo does not stop when ceasing subsidies. 3.CONCLUSO better does not have or worse model of exchange politics. To export emlarga scales or to substitute importation will depend on the real situation where seencontra the state. Both economic policies in such a way find difficulties and sodetentoras of positive points as negative points.