The Case Analysis Will Explore Anti Dumping And Anti Trust Laws That Affect Global Competition Within The Aerospace Industry

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The case analysis will explore anti-dumping and anti-trust laws that affect global competition within the aerospace industry. The government’s role between the competitive firms will be examined. The competitive dynamics between the firms will explore how their management team handles attacks on the industry. I will deploy recommendations and opinions for expansion of domestic and Western segments of the segment will be analyzed.
Global competition The U.S. in 1890 created antitrust laws through the Sherman Act. This law wanted to preserve free trade from the competition by restraining monopolistic activities (FTC, N.d.). Congress enacted two additional antitrust laws in 1914, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Clayton Act (FTC, N.d.). Globalization has created domestic competition/antitrust laws that brings about tension among governments and organizations (Peng, 2006). Antitrust laws in one country would not be the same in another. The fluctuating inconsistence of antitrust laws can cause frustration between companies operating in different countries. Due to antitrust laws, Chinese authorities are not pleased with the U.S. disallowance for companies to acquire high-profile brand organizations (Peng, 2006). China has broken the barrier for global competition, as China believes that if a company builds in China, they are a friend of China (Bloomberg, 2016). China has an openness to trade with other countries based on this belief, along with China wanting to increase…

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