Handout - Takeaway points Family and Language are similar...

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CUBA vs MEXICO CUBA MEXICO Capital Havana Mexico City Population 11 million 113 million President Raúl Castro Felipe Calderón Prime Minister N/A? N/A? Hofstede’s scores N/A UAI (82) IDV (30) MAS (69) PDI (71) Low/High Context High High GDP/capita (PPP) $9,900 $13, 800 GDP growth rate 1.5% -1.9% Unemployment rate 2% 5.6% Name of currency Cuban Peso (CUP) US Dollar ($) Level of development Developing Developed Law systems Civil law Civil law Level of economic risks Level of political risks
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Unformatted text preview: Takeaway points Family and Language are similar Family and Language are similar I fixed the GDP per capita for Cuba because it was wrong. Both are high context, included all the Hofstede. Also found that Cuba is considered a developing country and Mexico is considered developed. Also fixed the population, I would just take out the prime minster part since neither has one....
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course MKTG 4704 taught by Professor Ince during the Spring '10 term at Virginia Tech.

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