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Global Strategy - Introduction Long Version

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Global Strategy Global Business Strategy Rethinking how we do business across borders
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Global Strategy Where are you?
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Global Strategy Where are you?
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Global Strategy Who made this and where?
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Global Strategy Who is us and who is them? Does it matter?
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Global Strategy Globalization A coming “Apocalypse” OR Nothing new, more of the same
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Global Strategy Globalization: Cross-Border Market Integration Globalization is the new term for cross-border integration of markets Markets can be for products, input raw materials, labor, capital, management, etc. Globalization matters to business (and to societies) BUT so do persistent cross-border differences
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Global Strategy Globalization Drivers of Globalization New technology in transportation Container shipping Air travel
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Global Strategy Globalization New technology in Communication telecommunication email eCommerce Example: Alibaba.com
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Global Strategy The physical size of our world is dramatically shrinking
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Global Strategy Globalization Drivers of Globalization Decline of Communism Adoption of free market economics WTO and Regional Trading Agreements Companies seeking global markets, capital, sources of raw materials, cost-effective manufacturing
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Global Strategy GBA 580: PRIME GBA 580: PRIME Redrawing the Free Trade Map ASEAN ASEAN N A F T A +China +Australia? + New +China +Australia? + New Zealand? + S. Korea? + Zealand? + S. Korea? + Japan? Japan? African Union African Union Mercosur Mercosur European European Union Union Free Trade Free Trade Area of the Area of the Americas? Americas?
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Global Strategy Legend: No Provision: Explicit Exclusion No Provision: No Mention Provision Exists (non-WTO) WTO Consistent Provision WTO Plus Provision WTO Different Provision Korea- Chile Korea- Singapore Japan- Mexico Japan- Singapore China-HK ASEAN Trans Pac SEP US- Singapore Australia- Singapore NZ- Singapore Australia- Thailand NZ- Thailand Australia- NZ Australia- US PNG- Australia NAFTA US-Chile Canada- Chile Mexico- Chile Peru-Chile Peru- Mexico China- ASEAN China-Chila Transparency Publication of Laws and Regulations Availability of Judicial Appeal Internet Availability of Laws and Regs Inclusion of Dispute Settlement Mech Customs Procedures / Trade Facilitation Clearance Time Benchmark Risk Management Based Inspection Elec Data Interchange Req Technical Standards Electronic Products Telecommunication Equipment Sanitary & Phytosanitary Measures Hazards & Safety Requirements Intellectual Property Rights Copyright Protection Provision Trademark Protection Provision Patent Protection Provision Enforcement of IP Protection at Border Market Access of Trade In Goods Agricultural Market Access Sugar Rice Poultry Beef Manufactured Goods Market Access Food and Beverages Chemical Products Pharmaceutical Products Plastic Articles Textiles and Clothing Metal Products Mech, Electrical, and Electronic Products Market Access for Trade In Services
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