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· Question 1

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
 ____________ culture: time moves around in cycles; people tend to do several things at a time; time is flexible and intangible.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 2

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
People in a particularism culture see the ideal culture in terms of human friendship, extraordinary achievement and situations, and intimate relationships.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 3

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Globalization has impacted the aspects of the international community
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 4

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Which of the following is a dimension in Fons Trompenaar's Model of Culture?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 5

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Trompenaar believed that every culture distinguishes itself from others by the specific solutions it chooses to certain problems and dilemmas.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 6

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
The Pax Romana heralded the introduction of mass production, improved transportation, technological progress, and the industrial factory system.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 7

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Globalization has created what critics refer to as a melting pot or peaceful cooperation of various cultural identities.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 8

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Business Ethics is the study of ethical dilemmas, values, and decision making in the world of business. Business ethics should not be considered a separate disciple from ethics.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 9

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
The global business manager must possess a strong domestic awareness and must understand the unique factors that contribute to the success of a global business, including vast working experience.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 10

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Congress enacted the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials and to restore public confidence in the integrity of the U.S. business system.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 11

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
_________, as the opposite of ___________, promotes openness towards other cultures, opinions, and ways of life.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 12

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
All of the following occurred during the Information Age except
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 13

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Which of the following is NOT true about globalization?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 14

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
The Industrial Revolution heralded the introduction of which of the following?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 15

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Economic health is considered positive when a country imports considerably more than it exports.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 16

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
In high-context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic. High-context cultures value directness. Managers are expected to be explicit and precise in conveying intended meaning.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 17

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
International exchange is a recent concept?.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 18

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
Which of the following is true regarding the use of words across languages?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 19

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
United States’ imports primarily came from which of the following countries?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 20

2 out of 2 points

 
 
 
As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization—again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
·         Question 21

40 out of 40 points

 
 
 
Match the following
 
 
 
o     
P. 

Responsible for different types of management activities
C.

Link ocean, rail, automotive, air transportation to allow real-time freight movement
E. 

One nation trades with a firm located in another nation
I. 

Provides a venue for guidelines in a free trade market
R. 

Failed internal process/people = risk of monetary losses
Q. 

Formal recognition of legal limitations on a king’s power
D. 

The prohibition of commerce and trade with a certain nation
G. 

Government actions inhibit control of foreign operations
J. 

Different products similar to current lines
H. 

The growing integration of economies/societies worldwide
O. 

Position a person occupies within a social group
N. 

Enacted by Congress to halt bribery in the U.S. Business system
A. 

Promotes openness towards other cultures, opinions, and ways of life
S. 

The manner in which a society is organized
T. 

Major concern for those engaged in global business
L. 

Beliefs about what is right and wrong
B.

The status assigned by society to an individual based on uncontrollable factors
M. 

Study of morality and standards of conduct
K.

Degree which society reinforces individual or collective achievement/interpersonal relationships
F.

Societies where people tend to have many connections but of shorter duration
 
 
 
 

Question 1

Communication between two cultures can be awkward if professionals do not conduct proper research.

Question 2

People in a particularism culture see the ideal culture in terms of human friendship, extraordinary achievement and situations, and intimate relationships.

Question 3

Globalization has impacted the aspects of the international community

Question 4

Internalistic cultures have a mechanistic view of nature; nature is a complex machine, and machines can be controlled if one has the right expertise; people do not believe in luck or predestination.

Question 5

In high-context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic. High-context cultures value directness. Managers are expected to be explicit and precise in conveying intended meaning.

Question 6

Which of the following is a dimension in Fons Trompenaar's Model of Culture?

Question 7

KSA stands for ____, ______, and _______.

Question 8

The antibribery provisions of the OECD make it unlawful for a U.S. person, and certain foreign issuers of securities, to make a corrupt payment to a foreign official for the purpose of securing business with or directing business to any person.

Question 9

All of the following occurred during the Information Age except

Question 10

Advocates for globalization believe that globalization promotes

Question 11

In a(n) ____________ culture, people place the individual before the community; individual happiness, fulfillment, and welfare set the pace.

Question 12

Effective, cross-cultural communicators must know how to properly pronounce words, how to properly spell words, and how to use these words in proper grammatical form.

Question 13

People in a ____________culture share the belief that general rules, codes, values, and standards take precedence over particular needs and claims of friends and relations.

Question 14

The global business manager must resist any urge to instinctively trust line managers and instead apply his or her discipline and critical thinking capacity to formulate decisions that are most conducive to the international operating environment.

Question 15

Congress enacted the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials and to restore public confidence in the integrity of the U.S. business system.

Question 16

Business Ethics is the study of ethical dilemmas, values, and decision making in the world of business. Business ethics should not be considered a separate disciple from ethics.

Question 17

Which of the following is a type of political risk for global managers?

Question 18

Which of the following is a barrier to trade?

Question 19

The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in the early 1970s to help foster international trade and resolve disputes.

Question 20

Three branches of Judaism include

48 out of 48 points

 
 
 
Match the questions to the best possible answer.
 
 
 
o     
Selected Match
K. 

The growing integration of economies/societies worldwide
O. 

Includes the risk of debt consolidation
A. 

Help foster international trade and resolve disputes
B. 

Reductions in barriers to trade
F. 

Tempering effects of local conditions on global pressures
M. 

Failed internal process/people = risk of monetary losses
C.

Set of shared attitudes, values goals, and practices; characterize a society or an organization: business sense
H. 

Beliefs about what is right and wrong
Q. 

Manifestation of values, beliefs, feelings, and state of mind
G. 

All domestic businesses within an international market
P. 

Government actions inhibit control of foreign operations
R. 

One’s own culture is superior to all others; standard by which all other cultures should be measured.
I. 

Develop an integrated system with a worldwide approach
E. 

Promotes openness towards other cultures, opinions, and ways of life
D. 

Ethics: general sense
 
 
 
 

The global business manager must possess a strong domestic awareness and must understand the unique factors that contribute to the success of a global business, including vast working experience

International exchange is a recent concept?.

The geocentric organization’s primary objective is to develop an integrated system with a (n)         .

People in a                       culture share the belief that general rules, codes, values, and standards take precedence over particular needs and claims of friends and relations.

Regardless of the managerial­cultural paradigm in use, the business professional recognizes that an understanding of the major dimensions of culture is essential for success in doing business overseas.

Which of the following is a type of political risk for global managers?

Which of the following is true regarding the use of words across languages?

NAFTA facilitated the importation and exportation of goods and services between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

Trompenaar believed that every culture distinguishes itself from others by the specific solutions it chooses to certain problems and dilemmas

Advocates for globalization believe that globalization promotes

Blank, as the opposite of                      , promotes openness towards other cultures, opinions, and ways of life

Which of the following is a barrier to trade?

Culture is the set of shared attitudes, values,          , and practices that characterize a society

As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization—again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation.

Barriers to trade include all of the following except:

The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in the early 1970s to help foster international trade and resolve disputes.

KSA stands for       ,           , and           .

(blank) culture: time moves around in cycles; people tend to do se a time; time is flexible and intangible

Which of the following is NOT true about globalization?

A form of verbal language includes

Which of the following is NOT a driving force of Globalization?

Increased restriction on foreign investments

Congress enacted the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials and to restore public confidence in the integrity of the U.S. business system

People in a particularism culture see the ideal culture in terms of human friendship, extraordinary achievement and situations, and intimate relationships

Which of the following is a characteristic of a high-context culture?

An ascribed status is one that society assigns to an individual on the basis of factors over which the individual has no control: gender, race, ethnic background, and socioeconomic status, into which one is born.

Which of the following is a dimension in Fons Trompenaar's Model of Culture?

Business Ethics is the study of ethical dilemmas, values, and decision making in the world of business. Business ethics should not be considered a separate disciple from ethics

Pax Americana, Latin for “American peace,” is the period of relative peace in the Western world since the end of World War II in 1945, coinciding with the dominant military and economic position of the U.S.

All of the following are part of the 5 Pillars of Faith in the Muslim religion except

Foreign direct investment is an attractive option for firms looking to diversify their investment portfolios, creating opportunities for firms looking to enter emerging markets

In a ____________culture, people start with the whole and see each element in perspective of the total; the whole is more important than the sum of its elements. Individuals have a large private sphere and a small public one.

Polycentric managers believe that home-country nationals are more intelligent, reliable, and trustworthy than foreign.

The Pax Romana heralded the introduction of mass production, improved transportation, technological progress, and the industrial factory system.

Three branches of Judaism include

 

Internalistic cultures have a mechanistic view of nature; nature is a complex machine, and machines can be controlled if one has the right expertise; people do not believe in luck or predestination

Globalization has impacted the aspects of the international community

____________ culture: time moves around in cycles; people tend to do several things at a time; time is flexible and intangible

____________status refers to what an individual does and has accomplished

Three branches of Judaism include

In a(n) ____________ culture, people place the individual before the community; individual happiness, fulfillment, and welfare set the pace

ISO standards specify the requirements for state-of-the-art products, services, processes, materials and systems, and for good conformity assessment, managerial and organizational practice

Economic health is considered positive when a country imports considerably more than it exports

Which of the following is NOT a driving force of Globalization

Which of the following is NOT true about globalization

Regardless of the managerial-cultural paradigm in use, the business professional recognizes that an understanding of the major dimensions of culture is essential for success in doing business overseas

Barriers to trade include all of the following except

The antibribery provisions of the OECD make it unlawful for a U.S. person, and certain foreign issuers of securities, to make a corrupt payment to a foreign official for the purpose of securing business with or directing business to any person

In high-context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic. High-context cultures value directness. Managers are expected to be explicit and precise in conveying intended meaning

Foreign direct investment is an attractive option for firms looking to diversify their investment portfolios, creating opportunities for firms looking to enter emerging markets

The Premise of the ____________ was that Leadership effectiveness is contextual and is embedded in the societal and organizational beliefs, norms, and values of the people being led

As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization—again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation

Synchronic cultures tend to do one thing at a time view time as a narrow line of distinct, consecutive, segments

The global business manager must resist any urge to instinctively trust line managers and instead apply his or her discipline and critical thinking capacity to formulate decisions that are most conducive to the international operating environment

Communication between two cultures can be awkward if professionals do not conduct proper research

 

The antibribery provisions of the OECD make it unlawful for a U.S. person, and certain foreign issuers of securities, to make a corrupt payment to a foreign official for the purpose of securing business with or directing business to any person

As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization—again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation

Congress enacted the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials and to restore public confidence in the integrity of the U.S. business system

Foreign direct investment is an attractive option for firms looking to diversify their investment portfolios, creating opportunities for firms looking to enter emerging markets

Which of the following is a dimension in Fons Trompenaar's Model of Culture

Effective, cross-cultural communicators must know how to properly pronounce words, how to properly spell words, and how to use these words in proper grammatical form

Internalistic cultures have a mechanistic view of nature; nature is a complex machine, and machines can be controlled if one has the right expertise; people do not believe in luck or predestination

In high-context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic. High-context cultures value directness. Managers are expected to be explicit and precise in conveying intended meaning

Trompenaar believed that every culture distinguishes itself from others by the specific solutions it chooses to certain problems and dilemmas

Synchronic cultures tend to do one thing at a time view time as a narrow line of distinct, consecutive, segments

An ascribed status is one that society assigns to an individual on the basis of factors over which the individual has no control: gender, race, ethnic background, and socioeconomic status, into which one is born

The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in the early 1970s to help foster international trade and resolve disputes

Polycentric managers believe that home-country nationals are more intelligent, reliable, and trustworthy than foreign

The Industrial Revolution heralded the introduction of which of the following

 

Conducted extensive research on different countries, and from that, developed his “Seven Dimensions of Cultural Model.”

Which aspect of globalization is incorrect

NAFTA was a major contributor to continental trade growth between the United States, Mexico, and Canada because it eased quotas, tariffs, and customs procedures

When the topic of culture is discussed 3 major culture paradigms should be considered: Ethnocentric, Polycentric, and Multicentric

Which best describes communication within high context societies

Communication in a high context society is often characterized by strong boundaries—who is accepted as belonging vs. who is considered an “outsider.”

Global and domestic business are different in what distinct ways

Globalization has impacted the

Forces driving the trend towards globalization include all except

I completed the following portion of the work book and read the required chapter

 

Foreign Direct Investment is an attractive option for firms looking to diversify their investment portfolios, creating opportunities for firms looking to enter emerging markets.

As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization - again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation.

The global business manager must possess a strong domestic awareness and must understand the unique factors that contribute to the success of a global business, including vast working experience.

Advocates for globalization believe that globalization promotes:

The global business manager must resist any urge to instinctively trust line managers and instead apply his or her discipline and critical thinking capacity to formulate decisions that are most conducive to the international operating environment.

Began towards the end of the nineteenth century, creates interdependencies among nations, requires transparency

International exchange is a recent concept.

United States' imports primarily came from which country:

Standardization requires that business people understand the seamless international marketplace

The Pax Romana heralded the introduction of mass production, improved transportation, technological progress, and the industrial factory system

Heralded mass production and technological progress, improved transportation

NAFTA facilitated the importation and exportation of goods and services between the US, Mexico, and Canada

Three barriers to trade:

Radio and telephone networks were widespread in developed nations, the launch of the Sputnik 1 satellite, the personal desktop computer became a commonplace household fixture

Economic health is considered positive when a country imports considerably more than it exports.

Three driving forces of globalization:

Pax Americana, Latin for "American peace," is the period of relative peace in the Western world since the end of World War II in 1945, coinciding with the dominant military and economic position of the U.S.

Given the choices Mergers/Acquisitions, Subsidies, and Sanctions - which of the following is a barrier to trade?

Globalization has created what critics refer to as a melting pot or peaceful cooperation of various cultural identities

ISO standards specify the requirements for state-of-the-art products, services, processes, materials and systems, and for good conformity assessment, managerial and organizational practice.

ISO stands for

Globalization has impacted these aspects of the international community:

What is a type of political risk for global managers?

The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in the early 1970s to help foster international trade and resolve disputes

KSA stands for

 

Regardless of the managerial-cultural paradigm in use, the business professional recognizes that an understanding of the major dimensions of culture is essential for success in doing business overseas.
Between what years did Fons Trompenaar apply the subset of cultural dimensions to the field of business management, segregating them into independent areas to be further divided in order to get a more precise understanding
Trompenaar believed that every culture distinguishes itself from others by the specific solutions it chooses to certain problems and dilemmas
The premise of [what] was that Leadership effectiveness is contextual and is embedded in the societal and organizational beliefs, norms, and values of the people being led.
A set of shared attitudes, values, goals, practices that characterize a society
The three cultural paradigms are:
Effective, cross-cultural communicators must know how to properly pronounce words, how to properly spell words, and how to use these words in proper grammatical form
What paradigm promotes openness towards other cultures, opinions, and ways of life?
Polycentricism is the opposite of what other paradigm?
Managers of this paradigm think home-country nationals are more intelligent, reliable, and trustworthy than foreign.
The geocentric organization's primary objective is to develop an integrated system with a [what] approach?
Different cultures and languages may not always present or interpret messages in the same context.
The study of ethical dilemmas, values, and decision-making in the world of business; should not be considered a separate disciple from ethics
The idea that knowledge is situational and relational is characteristic of a [high/low?] context culture
Congress enacted [what] to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials and to restore public confidence in the integrity of the U.S. business system
The anti-bribery provisions of the [what] make it unlawful for a U.S. person, and certain foreign issuers of securities, to make a corrupt payment to a foreign official for the purpose of securing business with or directing business to any person
Three branches of Judaism
5 pillars of faith in the Muslim religion
A status that society assigns to an individual on the basis of factors over which the individual has no control: gender, race, ethnic background, and socioeconomic status, into which one was born
In [high/low?] context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic. They value directness. Managers are expected to be explicit and precise in conveying intended meaning.
Sees the ideal culture in terms of human friendship, extraordinary achievement and situations, and intimate relationships
people place the individual before the community; individual happiness, fulfillment, and welfare set the pace
Share the belief that general rules, codes, values, and standards take precedence over particular needs and claims of friends and relations
Time moves around in cycles; people tend to do several things at a time; time is flexible and intangible
Status that refers to what an individual does and has accomplished
Culture that tends to do one thing at a time and view time as a narrow line of distinct, consecutive, segments
Culture where people start with the whole and see each element in perspective of the total; the whole is more important than the sum of its elements. Individuals have a large private sphere and a small public one.
Cultures that have a mechanistic view of nature; nature is a complex machine, and machines can be controlled if one has the right expertise; people do not believe in luck or predestination
 
Foreign Direct Investment is an attractive option for firms looking to diversify their investment portfolios, creating opportunities for firms looking to enter emerging markets.
As globalization becomes more embedded in daily life, tolerance must continue to increase in order to avoid unnecessary polarization - again reinforcing the notion that globalization is not assimilation.
The global business manager must possess a strong domestic awareness and must understand the unique factors that contribute to the success of a global business, including vast working experience.
The global business manager must resist any urge to instinctively trust line managers and instead apply his or her discipline and critical thinking capacity to formulate decisions that are most conducive to the international operating environment.
International exchange is a recent concept.
Standardization requires that business people understand the seamless international marketplace
The Pax Romana heralded the introduction of mass production, improved transportation, technological progress, and the industrial factory system
NAFTA facilitated the importation and exportation of goods and services between the US, Mexico, and Canada
Economic health is considered positive when a country imports considerably more than it exports.
Pax Americana, Latin for "American peace," is the period of relative peace in the Western world since the end of World War II in 1945, coinciding with the dominant military and economic position of the U.S.
Globalization has created what critics refer to as a melting pot or peaceful cooperation of various cultural identities
ISO standards specify the requirements for state-of-the-art products, services, processes, materials and systems, and for good conformity assessment, managerial and organizational practice.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in the early 1970s to help foster international trade and resolve disputes
Regardless of the managerial-cultural paradigm in use, the business professional recognizes that an understanding of the major dimensions of culture is essential for success in doing business overseas.
from 1967-1973, Fons Trompenaar applied the subset of cultural dimensions to the field of business management
Trompenaar believed that every culture distinguishes itself from others by the specific solutions it chooses to certain problems and dilemmas
effective, cross-cultural communicators must know how to properly pronounce words, how to properly spell words, and how to use these words in a proper grammatical form
Polycentric managers think home-country nationals are more intelligent, reliable and trustworthy than foreign
Business ethics is the study of ethical dilemmas, values, and decision making in the world of business. business ethics should not be considered a separate disciple from ethics
Congress enacted the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act to bring a halt to the bribery of foreign officials
The anti-bribery provisions of the OECD make it unlawful for a US person, and certain foreign issuers of securities, to make corrupt payment to a foreign official for the purpose of securing business with or directing business to any person
An ascribed status is one assigns to an individual on the basis of factors over which the individual has no control: gender, race, ethnic background, and socioeconomic status, into which one is born
in high-context cultures, enforceable contracts will tend to be in writing, precisely worded, and highly legalistic.
communication between two cultures can be awkward if professionals do not conduct proper research
People in a particularism culture see the ideal culture in terms of human friendship, extraordinary achievement and situations, and intimate relationships
Synchronic culture tend to do one thing at a time view time as a narrow line of distinct, consecutive, segments
Internalistic cultures have a mechanistic view of nature; nature is a complex machine, and machines can be controlled if one has the right expertise; people do not believe in luck or predestination
Nations that primarily functioned under the centrally planned economic system prior to the 1980s, such as China and Russia, have embraced the market economy.
Global business risk is any worldwide factor—outside the laws of supply and demand—that could impact the success or failure of any venture moving into the international arena.
Operation risk occurs when debtors in a country are unable to ensure timely payments of foreign currency debt service because of either transfer or exchange restrictions or a general lack of foreign currency
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the World Trade Organization, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund have all indicated that unstable political systems are the greatest single barrier to economic development worldwide.
Any company considering moving into a foreign economic market must consider the powerful influence of the military and religious leadership.
Cultures such as China, North Korea, and Cuba believe that an economic value system should be founded on cumulative efforts, controlled by greater entities or governments.
A market economy most often refers to an economic system that is under comprehensive control and regulation by a government, in accordance with the plan of economic development.
The three types of global business risk include ownership risk, operational risk, and transfer risk.
In 1975, as business and policy makers' alike saw the potential growth of global business, the World Trade Organization (WTO) was created by several countries in order to monitor trade around the entire world.
The U.S. Department of Commerce developed the International Trade Administration (ITA) in order to stimulate economic opportunities for U.S. businesses and their employees.
The United States Department of the Treasury oversees and enforces all U.S. economic sanctions through the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Though the World Trade Organization (WTO) has officially existed since 1975, the foundation for the rules in this trading system originates in the GATT.
As organizations become more involved in the global community, they may opt to purchase land or other resources in other nations. This activity, known as foreign direct investment (FDI), is commonly used to purchase real estate and existing properties
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was signed on January 1, 1948
Keeping track of the activity surrounding international trade and investment is done by maintaining a record of all international transactions, otherwise known as the balance of payments (BOP).
The equation represents the relationship between trade deficits and surpluses is expressed as: Exports - Investments = Savings - Imports
Government interventions may be used to decrease global competitiveness
The WTO encourages nations to practice the Golden Rule on a national level, pointing out that foreigners and foreign industries should be treated just like the locals and domestic industries
Socialism is the economic policy of restraining trade between nations
Equity capital is the value of the MNC's investment in shares of an enterprise in a foreign country.
Ownership in foreign entities can be a complete or a controlling stake in the form of either a joint venture or through stock purchases and acquisitions of existing corporations.
 
responsible for different types of management activities

link ocean, rail, automotive, air transportation to allow real-time movement

one nation trades with a firm located in another nation

provides a venue for guidelines in a free trade market

failed internal process/people=risk of monetary losses

formal recognition of legal limitations on a king's power

the prohibition of commerce/trade with a certain nation

gov't actions inhibit control of foreign operations

different products similar to current lines

growing integration of economies/societies worldwide

reductions in barriers to trade

tempering effects of local conditions on global pressures

includes the risk of debt consolidation

immigrants isolated from their home country

different products not similar to current lines

removes boundaries of local market territory to increase potential market audience

help foster international trade and resolve disputes

american peace

expands competitive scope within same industry

conveys the ideal global business manager's qualification

 

 
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