The Cooperation Network for International Exchange (CNIE) is a global think tank that promotes globalization and equal opportunity for people leaving all over the world. We believe that the age of internet and connectivity brings incredible opportunities for people in less developed countries as they can participate in the global internet economy and thrive in an environment with a level playing field. Having access to the same service providers and the same conditions when it comes to investing and trading is one of the greatest benefits the internet brings to people in countries where markets are not very developed.
Our core beliefs about developing the world in a sustainable way that benefits everyone are:
• Free markets
• Free trade
• Science and technology
• Environmental protection
Free markets are the main driver of growth, innovation and development.
Free trade is the engine that accelerates development and spreads its benefits around the world.
Scientific research and the development of advanced technologies are essential for maximizing productivity, reducing work time and improving people’s lives.
Environmental protection is about safeguarding our planet and making sure the wealth we generate today will be enjoyed by future generations as well.
Foreign Exchange (Forex)
The most developed investment market when it comes to global access is the Foreign Exchange Market, also known as Forex. Thanks to a growing number of international brokerage companies that accept clients from all over the world, the forex market is now accessible from almost everywhere, and it is the first truly globalized market. We have a dedicated section about forex trading as it is the first step towards a level playing field in the world of investing and market access.
Did you know that CNIE also stands for:
– Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (A national organization of professionals committed to excellence in the provision of innovation in education in Canada)
– Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering (This is about drawing lessons from nature to engineer innovative solutions to our grand challenges)
– Committee for the National Institute for the Environment (It was the precursor of the National Council for Science and the Environment, which is a non-partisan non-profit organization dedicated to improving the scientific basis for environmental decision making)