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11.Even poor or developing economies may be attractive markets for

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11.Even poor or developing economies may be attractive markets for all kinds of goods, including luxuries.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

12.Barter is often used in subsistence economies.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

13.Barter is a form of countertrade.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

14.The exchange of Vietnam rice for Philippine fertilizer and coconuts would be an example of barter.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

15.Japanese and other Asian businesspeople prefer to start with polite conversation, and they rarely say no in face-to-face conversations.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

16.LG now operates in more than 60 countries, including Canada, and captures 87 percent of its sales from markets outside its home country. LG's global success rests on global standardization.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

17.Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Nike, and KFC have been singled out by anti-globalization protestors all over the world.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

18.Not all companies need to venture into international markets to survive.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

19.Before going abroad, the company must weigh several risks and answer many questions about its ability to operate globally.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

20.Possible global markets should be ranked on several factors, including economic growth rate, population growth rate, market growth rate.

aTrue

bFalse

 

 

 

 

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