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International Strategy

1. Consider the life cycle of business and then development, which I would argue are the same; Establish, Growth, Expansion, Maturity and Decline. So re-evaluate you posting as to which is the most important countries in which a global business should compete and/or penetrate. Does your original thoughts still hold true why or why not?

2. Would suggest that a third world developing country might be a better option to focus on especially if the government did not limit ownership and/or require a local partner. The opportunity to be in on the developing stages would give a company a solid competitive advantage as progress evolves, thoughts?

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1. Consider the life cycle of business and then development, which I would argue are the same; Establish, Growth, Expansion, Maturity and Decline. So re-evaluate you posting as to which is the most important countries in which a global business should compete and/or penetrate. Does your original thoughts still hold true why or why not?

My original thought still holds true to what I was thinking previously with developing countrries and those that are excellent targets for expanding a business. This is because they are in high demand because of how much that part of the world utilizes cheap labor to their advantage through the exploitation of their workers. If my company were corrupt, I would go there, but a person has to know the target market well enough before entering in order to do business development in society today. By making sure that this is the case, someone ...

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