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MGMT 1101 Global Business Environment Study Notes

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Economy Macroeconomics Foreign exchange market National accounts Purchasing power Economy of the European Union Eurozone Exchange rate Gross domestic product Fixed exchange-rate system Euro International business
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Economy Macroeconomics Foreign exchange market National accounts Purchasing power Economy of the European Union Eurozone Exchange rate Gross domestic product Fixed exchange-rate system Euro International business
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Companies and shares/stocks 2. Investors 3. Investment banks, analysts, etc. Transactions by private or public enterprises, exchanging (combinations of): ICGST 1. Goods 2. Services 3. Technology 4. Capital 5. Ideas and intellectual property Borders and boundaries for international business: SCEM 1. State boundaries 2. Cultural boundaries 3. Economic boundaries 4. Mind and habits Managers need to understand the contexts within which they operate in order to evaluate opportunities and risks, to make decisions and to take action. CONTEXT + ACTION = PERFORMANCE Why is international business different 1. Potential benefits of the global market 2. Distance and cost of doing business 3. Operating in an unfamiliar environment – ...
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