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The World Trade Organization (WTO) and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

Globalization

Suppose that representative I.M. Wright just delivered a passionate speech at your college on the topic of tariffs. He argues tariffs are needed to: A. Provide revenues to protect our young industries B. Encourage Americans to buy U.S made products because doing so is patriotic C. Protect Americans jobs and wages D. Help u

Business-Trade and World Output

Explain the relation between trade and world output. Describe the broad pattern of international trade. If the nations of the world were to suddenly cut off all trade with one another, what products might you no longer be able to obtain in your country? Choose one other country and identify the products it would need to do

Government and Political Environment Analysis

Please see attachment and fill in the tables thoroughly for me. The key aspect is to tell me how I can find the answers to similar questions using the hyperlinks I have provided in the word document. Pleas fill in the blanks in the 3 small tables so I can see how these types of questions can be answered. ALso, I need to know

Project Management PMBOK

I need come up with a project planned according to the PMBOK book I >>attached<<. There are nine parts that you'll have to define. The parts are: Integration Management, Scope Management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Communications Management, Risk Management, Procurement

Global Finance Currency Questions

1. How does the existence of foreign exchange and/or derivative markets impact an organization's globalization strategies? How does the non-existence of foreign exchange and/or derivative markets impact an organization's globalization strategies? How do catastrophic world events affect the foreign exchange and derivative mar

Global Finance: Organization

# 1 How should an organization decide on a mode of entry when expanding internationally? Which mode(s) of entry has your organization used? Why? If your organization were to enter a foreign market, which mode of entry would be most appropriate? Why? # 2 What are some implications of currency depreciation, devaluation, and app

Comprehensive environmental analysis outline on Mexico

We are doing a paper on Mexico and importing goods from the US. This week I need to get the following information about the country and some guidance on preparing to do business in another country. Mexico was our choice. The following Regional Analysis need to be performed and I have no idea how to go about this in terms of

Write a bad news message to shareholders.

Bad News Message. Write a document to deliver bad news to a large internal or external audience. Examples of bad news are: an impending reduction in staff, a price increase, a delay in shipping that will have a negative impact, a product that is defective or the relocation of the company's headquarters.

B2B Changes for an Organization

What e-B2B changes would you recommend your employer make, right now, to take best advantage of the e-business opportunities available today?

ASEAN Trading Bloc

1. Identify advantages and disadvantages of being a member of the ASEAN trading bloc. Identify membership conditions for the ASEAN and determine whether these will have a positive or negative impact on the bilateral or multilateral relations with the United States. 2. Assess the costs of compliance and non-compliance with ASEA

Corporate Compliance Report

Using your own organization or an organization with which you are familiar, develop a report in which you outline a plan to implement enterprise risk management based on the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) recommendations.

Ethnocentrism & picoCHIP

- What the major issues are with ethnocentrism while transferring technology in the global economy? - From the attached text on picoChip, what do you think are the key lessons from the picoChip in China case? - What makes a country attractive, versus unattractive. Can countries be rated/ranked? (in terms of introducing technol

International Financial Markets: Steering Committee

As part of its international expansion program, Acme, a U.S. multinational enterprise (MNE), is currently in the planning stages of establishing a greenfield (see text glossary for definition) production facility overseas. You have been asked to present a proposal to the steering committee comparing the advantages and disadvanta

International Trade and International Investment strategy.

Your proposal to expand into three countries was approved by the CEO. Now you have to decide on a strategy - will PM Company simply sell its products (trade) or expand its markets via investment? Choose one international trade and one international investment strategy to research and recommend. Research the advantages and disadv

Business Market Screening

Can someone please help me I plan to develop a product that helps prevent people in Africa from becoming HIV positive? The name of my product is Miracle Pill this pill should only be taken once a day by an adult and the medication can be administered to children by syrup. Please help me describe the following topics. Can y

Value Chain Analysis

- As per the attached "Components-Drivers-Globalization" presentation; how does 'value chain analysis' impact globalization of markets and production? - Also, considering resources like Culturegrams etc. and the 'omnipresent ethnocentrism', what elements are most difficult for US managers to grapple with/ master?

Walmart and Target

Look at the total liabilities, shareholders, total revenue, and net profit. For each company I need to calculate the following ratios. Equity to Debt, Return on Investment and Profit Margin. Next, interpret the results. Explain the ratios mean. Which company is a better investment based on these three ratios? I will need to turn

Global Business Strategies for Wal-Mart in Mexico

1. Why did Mexico make such a good proving ground for Wal-Mart's foreign expansion strategy? 2. What is the source of Wal-Mart's competitive advantage? What barriers did Wal-Mart have to overcome in transferring its competencies to Mexico? 3. How did Wal-Mart create value in the Mexican market? 4. Despite some early set

International Business - Plan

As a Venezuelan business owner (you may select the specific business of your choice), you are very interested in the fact that Venezuela has recently been accepted as an associate member of MERCOSUR (July, 2004). You need to prepare your operations in view of this new reality. Develop a plan for your business that will be imp

Multinational Corporations (MNC) & Facing Challenges

Consider the large number of multinational corporations (MNCs) getting involved in philanthropies and local communities' development activities (such as providing financial aid to remove illiteracy and poverty, creating health and safety awareness programs, etc.) in the countries in which they have operations. Discuss the follow

International Negotiations: United States vs. Japan

Your company has been approached by a reputed Japanese firm that wants exclusive production and selling rights for one of your innovative products. Your company has been looking for a strategic partner for the production of this product to reduce costs. The company president is very interested in exploring the possibility of dev

Role of International Finance Institutions

Describe the roles of international financial institutions (e.g. IMF, World Bank, ADB, etc.), how it is used in global financing operations, and its importance in managing risk. Use and cite at least seven sources

Citigroup in China

Citigroup is an excellent example of an organization that has displayed environmental adaptability. However, the environment in China is unique. Review the pros/cons on whether Citigroup has displayed adaptability in its attempt to expand operations in China. Please review those ways in which you believe Citigroup has displayed