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5. Consistent with Dunning’s Eclectic Paradigm, describe the ownership-specific advantages, location-specific advantages, and internalization advantages held by Hyundai.  Which of these advantages do you believe has been most instrumental to the firm’s success? Justify your answer. .
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4. Some argue that because ethical standards are lax in many countries, Siemens and other firms must pay bribes in order to obtain new business.  Do you agree with this view?  Stated differently, when doing business around the world, is it generally better to emphasize normativism or relativism?  Justify your.
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1. Specify the types of country risks that pharmaceutical firms face in international business. How do the political and legal systems of countries affect the global pharmaceutical industry? 2. People need medications, but the poor often cannot afford them. Governments may not provide subsidies for health care and medications. Meanwhile, pharmaceutical.
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4. The Korean government has been instrumental to Hyundai’s success. In terms of national industrial policy, what has the government done to support Hyundai? What can the government do to encourage future success at Hyundai? What can the government in your country to do support development or maintenance of a.
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3. What is the relationship between trade barriers, bureaucracy, country risk, and the emergence of Tata as a major player in world trade? What is the role of declining government intervention in Tata’s success in India and its ability to internationalize?  What should Tata do to manage country risk in.
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4. Consult the TRIPS agreement at the WTO portal (www.wto.org). What are the latest developments regarding this treaty? What types of protection does this treaty provide to pharmaceutical firms? What enforcement mechanisms does TRIPS provide for ensuring that these protections will be carried out? .
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3. Assuming that Airbus cannot compete without subsidies and loans, is it likely that the EU will discontinue its financial support of Airbus? Is it in the EU’s interests to continue supporting Airbus? Justify your answer. 4. In the event the WTO rules against Airbus and tells it to stop providing.
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1. China has the most comparative advantages in producing apparel. Free trade theory implies that retailers should import clothing from the most efficient country. Given this, and potential drawbacks of regional integration, would it be better to allow free trade to take its natural course? That is, should DR-CAFTA be.
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2.What is the difference between the concepts of absolute advantage and comparative advantage? 3.Summarize factor proportions theory. What factors are most abundant in the following countries: China, Japan, Germany, Saudi Arabia, and United States? Visit globalEDGE™ for helpful information. .
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