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Unformatted text preview: I agree to an extent that McDonalds is generally different than most of the food that would be served in Japan, but they do adapt their menu to meet the expectations of their customers. In doing this, McDonalds adapts to each culture it enters, instead of destroying culture they Sean McSoley Globalization Photo simply adapt to it, becoming a part of each culture. If McDonalds were to go against a culture and sell things that werent acceptable in that culture, people would not buy it anyway and the store would go out of business. So instead of destroying culture, McDonalds has learned to adapt to cultures and become part of them....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course MKT 350 taught by Professor Hannah during the Spring '11 term at Suffolk.
- Spring '11