BUS051 HW4

BUS051 HW4 - Sharon Ng Professor Henderson BUS051 1 July...

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Sharon Ng Professor Henderson BUS051 1 July 2011 Lesson 4 Homework Nokia Corporation, headquartered in Finland, is a world leader in the cellular phone industry. Because much of Finland is heavily forested and sparsely populated, it is difficult and expensive to develop a land-based communication network. Nokia created Europe's first digital telephone network in 1982. Today, Nokia has 27 percent of the world market in cellular phones, well ahead of their competition. 1. How might social and cultural differences affect sales of Nokia phones outside of Finland? Answer: Countries outside of Finland may be accustomed to different phone features, which may then cause them to see Finland’s Nokia phones to be a waste of time or inefficient because they are already used to the phones that they use in their home country. 2. What is a quota? How might the imposition of a quota on cellular phones impact Nokia's exportation of cellular phones to the United States? (Answer both in terms of number of products
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BUS051 HW4 - Sharon Ng Professor Henderson BUS051 1 July...

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