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    2.2 Internationalization The increase in international trade, international relationships, treaties and alliance has caused internationalization to become a key factor (Herman, 1999). It is important to know that internationalization, just like open strategy, can be defined and interpreted in several ways. A study from Knight and Cavusgil (1996) explains that the internationalization of a firm is a process that moves further from the consolidation of the firm in the home market. The Uppsala…

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    Internationalization is the expansion of a firm through participation in international processes, especially outside domestic borders (Kutschker and Baurle, 1997). Firm internationalization is based on solid models like the eclectic paradigm, the Uppsala model, the network theory of internationalization, the knowledge theory, and the “born global” theory. The Dunning eclectic paradigm (2010) principal hypothesis is that the level and structure of firm’s foreign value-adding activities will…

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    The case study presents an interesting insight into the growth of ADG from a domestic growth of ADG from being an importer to domestic production and to become an international firm. Having the knowledge and experience of the domestic market, the firm’s domestic growth is dominantly based on the expansion strategy of the business transiting from import business to domestic manufacturing. Though the BIP industrial policies have played a major role in this expansion but the firm’s ability to…

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    they have incorporated parts of results from a previous empirical study, ”A Behavioural Theory of the Firm” by Cyert and march, 1963, to complete their own research and model. They explain that their model focuses on the common traits of the internationalization process, for instance, one firms choice to export to different countries. 2. Empirical Background Johanson and Vahlne´s studies, which were completed in international business at the university of Uppsala, revealed that most firms…

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    The internationalization of Chinese higher education can be traced back almost two centuries. In 1840, following the defeat of the Chinese Empire in the Opium Wars, China was introduced to the concept of modern western education. Chinese higher education started in 1912, with one university and 94 professional staffs. Involvementing inthe World War II against Japan with Japan slowed the development of higher education institutions until 1949. By 1949, there were only 205 colleges and…

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    1 Synthesis of the Research Topic and Research Objectives It has become a major concern for retailing companies in the UK to sustain internationalisation strategy for their business so that business expansion can become easier. The market domination of Tesco PLC, UK has led the opportunity to extend their business operations in other parts of the world. Tesco is known as the second largest retailing company in the world by the measurement of revenue in 2012 and it has stores in 12 countries…

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    exporting such as the definition of exporting, the incentives of exporting and different export modes. I knew that the role of exporting in the internationalization process is a stepping stone but not necessarily the first international activity. In order to understand the role of exporting, we need to find some common patterns in the internationalization history from different firms. In my opinion, exporting is one of the traditional ways of entering the foreign market and is the most important…

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    While on his way to the Student Center in search of some food, Christian Martinez turns the corner and the collection of Latin American books sprawled across the colorful tablecloth featuring dancing skeletons catches his eye. He casually flips through some illustrations until he comes across a striking familiar one. "This picture reminds me of a story that my mother told me when I was younger," said Martinez. Students and faculty joined the festivities of El Día de Los Muertos on Nov. 2.…

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    Conclusion The multinatinal corporation is consisit of many relative independent subsidiaries, all of each focus on certain determined markets. Multinational company approach advice on significant differences between national markets, such as when reduce the scale economies, when company for activiting the cost among the parent company. It is vital issue for company to choose the proper strategy for entering a foreign country. The main problem of managers are to confront with each market which…

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