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  • Economic Risk Consultancy In Hong Kong Case Study

    He says that Western companies think they can avoid political risk by spelling out every detail in a contract, but "in Asia, there is no shortcut for managing the relationship."88 In other words, the contract is in the relationship, not on the paper, and the way to ensure the reliability of the agreement is to nurture the relationship. Even a deal that has been implemented for some time may start to get watered down at a time when you cannot do anything about it. A Japanese-led consortium…

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  • Bilateral Trade With China Case Study

    that allows for countries within the globe to come into a trade agreement with other nations. It is an open organization that allows governments to settle trade disputes amongst themselves. Currently, it has 153 countries affiliated to it. European Union (EU) is a regional economic group that involves European nations who engage in trade amongst member countries. The Euro is one of the binding factors apart from being the reason behind the ambitious nature of these nations in terms of trade. It…

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  • Differences Between The United States And Soviet Union

    After World War II it was believed there were two nations that came out decisively as the far more superior out of any other nation that participated in the war. Both the United States and the Soviet Union appeared to be the two nations that would eventually become the leaders in politics, military, and technological advances among any other nation around the world. Although the two nations were allies and fought together against the Axis powers during World War II, they would become rivals in…

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  • Abc Washing Machine Case Study

    The ABC Washing Machine Company wants to move to the Czech Republic with our front load washers and dryers As the CEO developing, analyzing and executing a marketing strategy is paramount. Evaluation starts with the economic, legal and political concerns in the Czech Republic. As stated in a report from 2014, “The Czech Republic is one of the most stable and prosperous markets in Central Europe. Although the country dropped seven places to 75th in the World Bank’s Doing Business rankings for…

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  • Reasons For Colonization

    The European motivations for colonization were different for each European Nation. Motivations included finding gold, preventing others from spreading, gaining wealth, gaining political advantage and to spread religion and ideas to the New World. In the Spanish, French and English expansion, each European Nation’s approach was different causing the failure of the French and the English, and leaving the Spanish as the only country to successfully establish colonization in the New World although…

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  • South Korean Labor Unions Case Study

    Labor unions have traditionally been based on regular workers with life time employment. But the new labor law allows for easy layoffs as well as the employment of temporary workers. Presently, regular workers represent only 49.4 percent of employed persons, as businesses are increasingly relying on daily and temporary workers. Unions at the company level drawing worker support by increasing wages every year may not be…

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  • The Causes And Effects Of The Cuban Missile Crisis

    Soviet Union was the closest that the world has ever been to an all-out nuclear war. This portion of the Cold War was an example of intimidation between two nations. What will be explained here is the causes and effects that the Cuban Missile Crisis had on the people of each union, as well as to summarize the events that occurred during this standoff. The Cuban Missile Crisis, or otherwise known as the October Crisis, was a 13-day standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union. This…

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  • Realism And The Cold War

    Prominent in realist theory is the concept of anarchy. Anarchy in international politics is defined by Mearsheimer as a system of ‘independent political units (states) that have no central authority above them’ (Mearsheimer 1994). Such a system promotes the concepts of self-help, statism and survival which suggest that war is the result of independent states fighting for power and national interest in order to survive. Given that the world has only been at peace for 8% of all of recorded history…

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  • Economic Impacts Of The Cold War

    government started subsidizing homes for the people to preset united front. The United States also gave economic aid to Greece and Turkey and other Western European countries during the Cold War so they could battle communistic influences from the Soviet Union. The American people felt the changes economically during the Cold War when America decided to adapt foreign policies that aid other countries financially to stop communism ideas to spread. One of the long term economic impacts of the Cold…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Democratic Peace Theory

    The dispute over agricultural trade liberalization between Brazil and the United States occurred because the United States started to give subsidies to their cotton farmers. This lead to their farmers to be able “to produce cotton very cheaply with little risk,” and leading towards less “free trade and put farmers in other countries at a distinct disadvantage” (Agricultural Subsidies). Brazil saw this subsidies as making it harder on their cotton farmers to sell their cotton to the buyers…

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