Nevertheless, according to diverse statistics prepared for example by Eurostat or United Nations, we can realize that majority of world economies have considerably improved their condition since 2009 when the crisis began. It is proved for example by the fact that the level of the exchange of goods has also substantially developed since then. The reason why it is necessary for many enterprises is that some of them doesn’t have different resources and have to import them from other countries. On the other side, in general they also have something to provide, starting from money and ending on diverse other resources. In similar case the trade happens. Mostly it is connected with negotiations, which may be a quite demanding process, exceptionally when both sites are well prepared and have experienced members. Although it can be quite hard to achieve a compromise, we ought to also be aware of the fact that contemporarily owing to a number of diverse changes, the exchange of goods got significantly easier.
One of the most crucial factors in this topic is European Union and creation of so-called Schengen zone, which means that EU citizens can move across the borders without being controlled. Similar situation is referred to commodities that can be transferred across different countries that belong to the Schengen zone without bigger costs. Consequently, as we can see from the points mentioned above, although the crisis started some years ago, significant percentage of countries have managed to recover from it and currently they tend to improve the number of commodities that are exchanged between them.