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BUS 230 UOP Course Tutorial

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BUS 230 UOP Course Tutorial

BUS 230 Entire Course

BUS 230 Unit 1 Part 1

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Unit 1Part 1Select a company and country that interests you.You have been asked to evaluate the country you selected as a potential market for your product(s)/service(s) and present your findings to other managers of the organization in a memo. In your memo, be sure to address the following

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BUS 230 Unit 1 Part 1

BUS 230 Unit 1 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 2 Part 1

BUS 230 Unit 3 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 4 Part 1

BUS 230 Unit 4 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 5 Part 1

BUS 230 Unit 5 Part 2


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BUS 230 UOP Course Tutorial

BUS 230 Unit 1 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 2 Part 1

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Part 2Debate the ethics of doing business in countries with totalitarian governments on the Discussion Board. Comment on opposing arguments, looking for holes and inconsistencies. Attempt to answer any arguments that are presented against your side of the argument.

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Unit 2Part 11. Explain the relation between trade and world output.2. Describe the broad pattern of international trade.3. If the nations of the world were to suddenly cut off all trade with one another


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BUS 230 UOP Course Tutorial

BUS 230 Unit 3 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 4 Part 1

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Part 2Small companies typically have difficulty competing against large multinationals when their governments take part in regional trade blocs. What could governments do to help their small companies compete after the formation of such blocs?

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Unit 4Part 1As 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.


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BUS 230 UOP Course Tutorial

BUS 230 Unit 4 Part 2

BUS 230 Unit 5 Part 1

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Part 2For many global companies, China represents a very attractive market in terms of size and growth rate. Yet, it ranks lower in terms of economic freedom and higher in political risk than other country markets because it has a communist government.

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Unit 5Part 1Working as a team, select and research an international company that interests you. (Annual reports often can be obtained from companies' web sites.) Conduct a brief organizational analysis by answering the following questions: 1. what is the company's mission statement or overriding objective?


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BUS 230 Unit 5 Part 2

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Part 2Despite the difficulties, many technology companies experienced when the dot-com bubble burst - Internet commerce (e-business) is here to stay. What resources does an International Internet retailer need other than merely a storefront on the Internet? Does it require fewer physical, financial, and human resources than a traditional retailer, or just as many? Explain.


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