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MGMT1101 Course Notes

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Comprehensive Notes on all assessable chapters from the Textbook. This includes: Globalisation Political economy Foreign exchange and the International Monetary system (IMF) Country differences Ethics and Corporate social responsibility Entry mode

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Economy International trade Structure Globalization Protectionism Trade and development Free trade World Trade Organization International Monetary Fund Globalisation in India International economics
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Economy International trade Structure Globalization Protectionism Trade and development Free trade World Trade Organization International Monetary Fund Globalisation in India International economics
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• Outsourcing: tasks that were previously performed in house are now purchased from another firm • Offshoring: a form of outsourcing: means that a task previously performed in one country is now being undertaken abroad • Globalisation of markets refers to the merging of historically distinct and separate national markets into one huge global marketplace, as tastes of different consumers around the world converge to a global norm e.g. coca cola, Samsung, Toyota, McDonalds ...
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