Vulnerability in international relations, Microeconomics

Vulnerability in international relations:

Dominance, dependence and vulnerability in international relations.A greater volume of Ghana’s exports comes from primary commodities like cocoa, timber and gold. The contribution from other sectors, for instance, manufacturing in terms of export is relatively insignificant. Since exports are mainly primary products, it is quite apparent that income from export will fluctuate.This stems from the fact that prices of primary raw materials fluctuate more than those of manufactured goods. It is therefore, inevitable that our revenue from export will fall because the terms of trade will be unfavourable and consequently, this will have adverse effect on our Balance of Payment (BOP).

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