7._Beer___Skittles_Revised_S08

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1 7. Beer  and  sk itt les  in Persia
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2 Major Themes Clash of Cultures, British vs. Persian Implications for contracts Conducting business in foreign lands Strategic positioning, Russia vs. Britain Persian Gulf emerged as a strategic region Interaction between commercial  interests and nationalistic concerns
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3 Initial Contacts Antoine Kitabgi (Armenian or  Georgian) General of the customs service in  Persian government His mission was to sell European  investors on Persia’s oil potential Persian government needed cash “The Shah’s prodigality” D’Arcy
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4 William Knox D’Arcy Born in Devon England in  1849, D’Arcy had  emigrated to Australia  Made his first fortune in  gold mining deal maker of syndicates Kitabgi said that he was “a  capitalist of the highest  order.” Became founder of the oil  industry in the Middle East
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5 Persia (Iran from 1935) Persian history Former greatness dating  from 5 th  Century BC Persia as a crossroads,  Alexander the Great,  End of 18 th  century an 
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course EGEE 120 taught by Professor Considine,timothy during the Spring '07 term at Penn State.

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