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4+GlobPolitical_LegalSt - PoliticalEnvironment...

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Political Environment Organizations through which the countries’ people and rulers exercise power q governmental institutions q political parties
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Political Risks of Global Business n Confiscation n Expropriation n Nationalization n Labor Problems n Consumerism
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Percentage of CEOs Citing Primary Challenges to Globalization   ( based on survey of 1,400 CEOs in 45 countries ) n Overregulation – 64% n Protectionism – 63% n Political Instability – 57% n Social issues – 56% n Terrorism – 48% n Organized Opposition to Globalization – 21%
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Government policies normally seek to promote country’s international interests. Tariffs – import taxes on goods entering at a country’s borders Quotas – a unit or dollar limit on import Non-tariff barriers Voluntary export restraints Boycotts - restricting import of goods Embargoes – prohibiting sales to a certain country Excessive certification or standardization process Government procurement (“buy national”)
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course BUS-M 401 taught by Professor Sasha during the Spring '11 term at IUPUI.

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