Within an open international community, technology transfers represent the first priority  as a promise of integration for Emerging countries enterprises in the International market.

Nonetheless, to reveal their efficiency, these transfers need respecting the local environment (economic, social and of resources) as well as the principle of comparative advantages, main source of reciprocal benefits of the market law.

In the framework of the transfers, local decision-maker must provide the appropriate priorities to some transfers instead of others.

At last but not least, technology transfers represent  one out of the engines for the local economy and, consequently, involve the national productive apparatus at its top level.