write a report evaluating the possible gains and risks of deeper globalisation for Strinidal before accepting the IMF/WB recommendations.

THE GOVERNMENT ASKS YOU TO WRITE A REPORT EVALUATING THE POSSIBLE GAINS AND RISKS OF DEEPER…

Strinidal is a poor country with an average per capita of $2000 at market exchange rates. Its population of 40 million is 35% urban. The government hopes to diversify its export base which at the moment is primarily raw materials including a small amount of oil. An IMF/World Bank report has urged the government to engage more with globalisation which it says will result in more trade, more foreign investment and more knowledge transfer and faster economic growth.
The government asks you to write a report evaluating the possible gains and risks of deeper globalisation for Strinidal before accepting the IMF/WB recommendations.

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TASK 1
Assessment Brief/ Task
The first task is linked to learning outcome 1. You are required to write a report on the following:
Strinidal is a poor country with an average per capita of $2000 at market exchange rates. Its population of 40 million is 35% urban. The government hopes to diversify its export base which at the moment is primarily raw materials including a small amount of oil. An IMF/World Bank report has urged the government to engage more with globalisation which it says will result in more trade, more foreign investment and more knowledge transfer and faster economic growth.
The government asks you to write a report evaluating the possible gains and risks of deeper globalisation for Strinidal before accepting the IMF/WB recommendations.
Important requirements
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Mode of Working: Individual
Presentation Format: Report
Grade required to pass: D
Assessment limits 3,000 words maximum  including the bibliography but excluding appendices
Hand in
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Preferred hand in location: City Campus
Note:
Expensive or elaborate bindings and covers of written submissions are not required in most instances. (Refer to guidelines however in the case of dissertations)
Always keep a file of working papers (e.g. photocopied articles) that support the sources used in your work.
The following detail is important when:
Preparing for your assessment
Checking your work before submission
When interpreting your grade and feedback after marking. (Note that your work will not be returned to you so always keep a copy of your work for this purpose.)
Learning Outcomes Tested
Ability to identify, analyse and evaluate recent trends and changes in the international business environment
Assessment Criteria
 

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