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Abstract (English):
The article is devoted to the global trade that integrates trade in intangibles and trade in goods and services. Global trade in intangibles still lacks a comprehensive framework that integrates international trade in goods, services and intangibles and the difficulties in data collection. Many trade-related theories have been developed and applied in the context of international trade of goods, with services considered as intermediary inputs, while intangibles have not been systematically analyzed and integrated into the measurement of trade balance.

global trade, global value chains, trade in intangibles, trade in services, trade imbalance, globalization

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