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Environmental Forces and Mode of Entry in International Markets

Discuss the environmental forces and modes of entry in international markets. Name an international company. Share with the class the ways a U.S. company is affected by a global market, including the international trade system, economies, governments, and cultural factors. Also discuss the different ways a company can enter international markets.

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Organizations must design and implement strategic and tactical planning by identifying the environmental forces and modes of entry in international markets. One important step in this process is to perform a SWOTT analysis. This type of analysis will help a U.S. company to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends to pinpoint an organizational strategy to help management's decision-making process concerning the external environmental forces and trends affecting the organization (McConnell, Brue, & Flynn, 2009). External environmental forces include the international trade system, economic environment, governments, and cultural factors.

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Organizations must design and implement strategic and tactical planning by identifying the environmental forces and modes of entry in international markets. One important step in this process is to perform a SWOTT analysis. This type of analysis will help a U.S. company to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and trends to pinpoint an organizational strategy to help management's decision-making process concerning the external environmental forces and trends affecting the organization (McConnell, Brue, & Flynn, 2009). External environmental forces include the international trade system, economic environment, governments, and cultural factors.
International Trade System
The United States established the trade advisory committee system in Section 135 of ...

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