The International economy and Countertrade

  Firms and nations are increasingly countertrading as a  means to gain new markets. Studies by the United Nations and other independent organizations estimate that countertrade represents somewhere between 20% and 30% of all world trade. Merchants at every scale must consider the competitive advantage gained in increased sales without spending hard-earned money on hiring a multitude of professionals. 

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THE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

 Companies that consider Countertrade typically want to expand into new markets to increase sales build new customer and supplier relationships and overcome liquidity challenges. Countertrade is also a resourceful way for exporters and others to sell their products and services to domestic and foreign companies or countries that would be unable to pay for them using hard currency alone. Countertrade minimizes requirements mandated by governments in specific industries. 

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Fortune 500 Companies

 Historically most countertrade was conducted by big companies with foreign markets, such as McDonnell Douglas, Pepsi-Cola International, General Motors Corporation, Caterpillar Inc., as well as oil, telecommunications, and computer firms. Many of these firms have in-house countertrade departments.  

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Smaller Business

 Countertrade It is no longer a function of big companies with foreign markets. Recent studies reported small businesses to have gained a high level of competitive advantage in countertrade. And can, with experience, use it successfully to increase sales, with new customers without adding additional expense to their existing operational overhead. 

COMPANIES WHO COUNTERTRADE

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"THE PRACTICAL SOLUTION TO COUNTERTRADE"

 Merchants at every scale must consider the competitive advantage gained with countertrade in partnership with the Alliance team. Our in-house team works discreetly to increase your sales, reduce costs and improve efficiency without interfering with your existing sales force.  It is a  way to keep in touch with the domestic and international community: regulations, political and economic policies that affect local and overseas trade.  An in-house administrative partner relationship with an alliance' is the most practical alternative in reducing costs associated with countertrade.  

The heart of our partnership philosophy is the Competitive advantage of Countertrade. We believe that partnerships can positively help influence both Investors and Merchants to achieve greater success in business. Through our corporate companies, we have been able to accomplish a remarkable rate of financial efficiency and maximize initiatives through innovation and scaling to uplift lives at home and around the world. 

Professional Management

 ​​The Alliance in-house countertrade team of professionals can help you in every field comprising of target marketing, finance legal and corporate introductions with a strong track record of success and is well-positioned to help you improve trade flows more efficiently. That is the key to our success. Whether your goal for expanding your business; enhance your balance sheet in gaining more control over trade flows. 

Tax Benevolent Jurisdictions

 We assist your accounting and legal advisors. To set up and manage an international Business Company IBC from our offices in Zurich Switzerland, Nassau Bahamas and other tax-benevolent jurisdictions around the globe. And connect you to Merchants in 175 countries Including two Bahamian banks and over two hundred and fifty banks and trust companies licensed to do business within and from The Bahamas, representing twenty-five different countries including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, the United States, Canada, Japan and Brazil. 

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