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Characteristics of international groupings and economic organizations in the world

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Under comprehending the world economy it is possible to understand the community of diverse organisms and institutions functioning both on national levels, and on the international rank, namely e.g. regional, more_than_regional or global - directly or indirectly dealing with the business activity and connected with oneself in certain comprehensive system via a network of international economic relations. This way the understood world economy can of course be taken hold exclusively dynamically, namely as certain system being in a permanent move and a development, since elements forming it are undergoing ceaseless transformations. So the world economy is an economic category having dynamic character. It is superorganism economic, being a result of internationalizing the economic life. He is sticking and she is functional in the environment from which he is drawing stores needed for her actin
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  • Islamic Azad University, Meymeh Branch, Isfahan, Iran
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