The Effects of Socio-Cultural, Economical, Political and Geographical Factors on International Trade (A Case Study on Afghan-India Trade Relations)
From an early age, human beings have been involved in a number of works and activities for the supply and continuing of life, the most important and main work was to trade. Ever since humans began social life, their business and trade relationships have been more significant due to meeting and needs of their lives alongside other human relationships. Day by day human communities expanded and the world divided into dependent and independent countries, and the countries considering to their needs and other effective factors developed their trade relationships with each other. Afghanistan and India from the early age considering to the Economical, Social, Cultural, Political and Geographical factors have followed the good trade relationships with each other and this trend is expanding and developing day by day. India is the second importer and exporter for Afghanistan and the main motivation behind this trade is some impactful factors (Economical, Social, Cultural, Political and Geographical factors) that based on them the trade relationships between India and Afghanistan is increasing and developing.
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