International trade refers to the exchange of goods and services across international boundaries brought about by international division of labour and specialization. A trade between two countries is known as bilateral trade, e.g. a trade between Cameroon and Japan. Trade between many countries is referred as multilateral trade, e.g. a trade between Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Central Africa Republic. A country which does not engage in international trade is a closed economy. A country which takes part in international trade is called an open economy.
Hi am Felicia Williams an economics,logic and philosophy teacher.i have been teaching for 5years now and have gain lots of experience both from the field and the students .with my experience as a trained teacher I want to empowered all students all over Cameroon not only to pass the GCE but to learn and teach others