chap 7 ibus - Many early trade theories were created at a...

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Many early trade theories were created at a time when most factors of production either could not be moved or could not be moved easily across national borders. Incorrect Marks for this submission: 0/2. Answer: a. Fals e b. Tru e
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2 Marks: 2 The U.S. Commerce Department sets the threshold at which it classifies an international capital flow as foreign direct investment at ________ percent. Correct Marks for this submission: 2/2. Answer: a. 1 b. 10 c. 4 d. 7
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Answer: a. Japa n b. both Japa n and Aus trali a c. Aus trali a d. neit her Japa n nor Aus trali a beca use it is a curr ent acco unt item
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4 Marks: 2 One method used by host countries to restrict incoming foreign direct investment is ownership restrictions. Correct Marks for this submission: 2/2. Answer: a. Tru e b. Fals e
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5 Marks: 2 The requirement that a sufficient portion of a product's Answer: a. mar ket imp erfe ctio n b. perf ect mar ket c. mat urin g prod uct d. tarif f quot a
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6 Marks: 2 One way a company can achieve Answer: a. verti cal inte grati on b. bala ncin g pay men ts c. hori zont al inte grati on d. own ersh ip adv anta ges
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7 Marks: 2 A system of production in which each of a product's components is produced in the location where the cost of producing that component is lowest is called Answer: a. cent raliz ed b. ratio nali zed c. gree nfiel d d. maq uila dora
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8 Marks: 2 Scenario: Global Manufacturin g, Inc. (GMI) GMI is a fast-growing U.S. company that wants a production system that makes each of its product's two components in the location where the cost of production is lowest. The components will then be taken to maquiladoras for final assembly. GMI purchased an existing Answer: a. acq uisit ion b. port foli o inve stm ent c. mer ger
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d. gree nfiel d inve stm ent
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9 Marks: 2 Scenario: Blickinstock at the Crossroads Au to parts supplier, Blickinstock Ltd., would like to expand its presence in Latin America. To Answer: a. The mer ger coul d allo w the com pan y to get a foot hold in the mar ket. b. The mer ger coul d help incr ease Blic kins tock
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glob al com petit iven ess. c. The mer ger coul d help to fill the gaps in Blic kins tock 's prod uct line. d. All of thes e.
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10 Marks: 2 The ________ theory states that a firm tries to establish a dominant market presence in an industry by undertaking Answer: a. ecle ctic b. trad e barr iers c. mar ket pow er d. mar ket imp erfe ctio ns
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11 Marks: 2 The soaring cost of developing subsequent stages of technology has led multinationals to engage in cross-border alliances and acquisitions. Incorrect Marks for this submission: 0/2. Answer: a. Fals e b. Tru e
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Answer: a. Fore ign dire ct inve stm ent and port foli o inve stm ent tren ds b. Adv ance men ts in tele com mun icati ons c. Con sum er dem and d. Uru gua y Rou nd of trad e neg otiat
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13 Marks: 2 Which of these theories states that firms undertake Answer: a.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course IBUS 330 taught by Professor Nicholson during the Spring '07 term at S.F. State.

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