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    International Negotiation

    You are about to embark on an international negotiation. You work for a multinational oil company, and your company has decided to set up a joint venture with Saudi Arabia and another one with a company in Russia. You are leading the negotiations. â?¢What are the 5 stages of negotiation, and how are you going to prepare fo

    Cautions about international growth

    Based on what you have learned about employee support services in France, examine your organization (Brunt Hotels) and describe how adequate a job they are doing. Describe services that they may be providing that are above and beyond what other organizations are providing and also describe services that you have learned about t

    International Busines: International Monetary Fund (IMF)

    Research a recent article on the International Monetary Fund (IMF); perform an online search for an article that is at least 2-3 pages in length. Read the article, and think about how the topic relates to the concepts discussed in Chapter 10. Write a brief summary report, and discuss how the article relates to the IMF's position

    International Strategies Developed

    You've developed a very popular, up-scale but reasonably priced, clothing fashion line for young people. You produce designs in a number of countries, manufacturing in low-cost locations, and with retail outlets in major U.S. and European cities. Demand is popping and you have access to plenty of production capacity and capital.

    Comparing two MNE companies: Coca Cola and Anglo American

    Review the company overviews of Coca-Cola and Anglo American on their corporate websites. Discuss the concept of complementarity within the context of the operations of the two MNEs Coca-Cola and Anglo American. What equipment, components, and/or complementary products are needed in host countries as a result of their foreig

    A Theory of International New Ventures: A Decade of Research

    Read: A Theory of International New Ventures: A Decade of Research Shaker A Zahra Journal of International Business Studies, Vol 36 No. 1 (Jan 2005) p 20-28 Published by: Palgrave MacMillan Journals Assignment: Explain how the article builds on the seminal work of Oviatt and McDougall in their paper, Toward a Theory of I

    Eco-Friendly Companies and Sustainable Products: Wal-Mart and Target

    In an APA style response, Research 2 companies (I selected Wal-Mart and Target) that produce sustainable products. Detail their commitment to the environment and how their products make the company profitable. Evaluate the vision and mission statement and discuss how it relates to the business. Investigate if any market or n


    Review the case study Tel-Comm-Tek attached. Address the following components: 1. What individual characteristics and qualifications should the company consider when choosing managerial candidates for the foreign assignment? 2. Using the list of candidates identified in the case study, who do you believe the committee should n

    International IMC: Burger King

    Select a U.S.-based company and a product or service that it produces. Assume this company is seeking to introduce the product or service into another country of your choosing. The product has been successful in the United States and in Europe. For: Burger King 1. Briefly describe the company and product/service. 2. An

    Negotiating with foreign suppliers.

    A company wants to buy $30 million in materials and services from suppliers in China, Japan, and South Korea. It was recommended that the company use an approach to business negotiations that provides a win-win for both parties. Management was also told they needed to know the background of the Asian negotiator and that they sho

    International Logistics

    A shipper obtains a marine policy covering the shipment of textiles from China to Poland. The declared value of the shipment was $15,000 although the real (market) value of the merchandise was $7,500. If the goods are lost at sea, is the insurance company liable for $15,000? Why?

    Challenges and Opportunities in International Business

    Your firm will expand internationally this year and will include in its management team those from the cultures and regions into which it expands. You must prepare the management team to adapt and change the American management training to fit those of other cultures. Put together a slide presentation for the management team, ex

    Evaluating an International Business Statement

    The study of international business is fine if you are going to work in a large multinational enterprise, but it has no relevance for individuals who are going to work in small firms. Evaluate this statement.

    International Negotiation

    Discuss how culture is like an iceberg. What are the main implications of this analogy and how do the implications affect cultural negotiation Assume you are speaking with a co-worker who complained about the problems he encounters when dealing with someone from another culture, what negotiation cultural considerations would

    International business

    Why do you think that the world's largest theme park operator, Walt Disney Company, was motivated to establish parks in Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong? What particular market characteristics of each of those sites do you think were especially attractive? If you were the CEO of the Disney corporation, would you establish additional

    Yoshi about American cultural norms relevant to new automotive factory in US

    Yoshi Yamakawa was raised and schooled in Kyoto, Japan. He was taught English during his Elementary and High School years. He has traveled abroad, mostly to S. E. Asia for business. Yoshi has accepted a position as plant manager of his Japanese firm's new automotive component factory in Northern Alabama. One of his first tasks i

    What are the different types of business strategies?

    What are the different types of strategies? What are the differences among these strategies? How do you determine which type of strategy is most appropriate for your organization? Please, provide an example of a corporation with its corresponding strategy.

    International Economics Question

    1) Inflation is the general increase in prices with some prices rising faster than average and even some prices falling. Inflation attracts attention among policy makers and some of the remedies for it can have serious consequences in production and employment. a) Why would you, as a business manager, care whether annual inf

    United States v. Hayes International Corporation (1986)

    I need help putting this together. Can you get me going? ---------------------------- Case Review: United States v. Hayes International Corporation (1986) Read the information about this case in Chapter 1 of Environmental Law. Conduct research for additional information pertaining to the case. **See attached PDF for al