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Forces Leading to International Market Entry

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Explain three forces leading companies to pursue international operations.

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Forces leading companies to pursue international operations include political, technological, market, cost, and competitive forces. There may be advantages to pursuing globalization such as preferential trading agreements or an opening in a country's economy due to a change in policy. By establishing manufacturing overseas, companies can overcome the burden set up by tariffs, quotas, ...

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