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Global Christian Business Worldview relate to global business

I. How does a Global Christian Business Worldview relate to global business?
The following link provides access to an online scholarly journal that deals with this further integration process: http://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/rgbr/home.shtml

a. How important is Singapore's business history and foreign investment outlook when viewed with a fundamental SWOT analysis of future global investment eventualities.
b. What are the advantages and disadvantages of foreign direct investment (Singapore's financial and banking markets) versus subsidiaries or joint ventures as a method of investment for foreign corporations?
c. What unique cultural elements and dimensions of Singapore had created conflicts for them on both a local and international arena, specifically, the United States?
d. What were the prominent theories and suggestions for how Singapore could improve their international business prospects within the next five years?
e. What are some of the potential drawbacks for Singaporeâ??s continued expansion into globalization.

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How does a Global Christian Business Worldview relate to global business?
The following link provides access to an online scholarly journal that deals with this further integration process: http://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/rgbr/home.shtml
By following the precepts of the Worldview as presented in The Christian World View of
Business and Occupation, business should be conducted in a fair manner and promote good practices. There is no room for unethical business and this is true of the free market and the individual. The copy also mentions that free market is closer to Christian principles than the state dominion over business.
This bodes well for working with the business people of Singapore who prize highly ethical and fair trading practices. The embodiment of self and how the individual conducts business within the sphere of business relations for those of the Buddhist faith in particular are expected to be fair and legal. The one issue might concern practices that seem unethical to the Christian principles but are in fact, just different. This might be true in negotiations where there are often misunderstandings between group and individual approaches to negotiation. The slow progress of the Asian format for group decision making is often misinterpreted and the Western way is to rush through and try to get the deal sealed. While neither way is incorrect, the ability of the Christian to recognize and refrain from practices not common in Singapore will help. Learning the laws and then having a plan to deal with legal and non legal issues before entering into business in Singapore is also a good idea. Knowing what is acceptable for other cultures are important and because they have different ideals does not make it wrong, just different. Learning to respect other cultures is paramount for success.

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Global Christian Business worldwide relates to global business is examined.

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