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BAM 401 International Business 700 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701 Phone: 714-547-9625 Fax: 714-547-5777 11/03 FINAL EXAMINATION International Business 2nd edition, 2003 ISBN: 0-13-035311-6 John J. Wild, Kenneth L. Wild, and Jerry C. Y. Han Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 Text: Authors: Publisher:
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Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet) 1. _______ is/are the total of all business transactions that cross the borders of two or more nations. (chapter 1, learning objective 1) a. Exports b. GDP c. International business d. Imports 2. Which of the following is not an environmental force that is involved in national business environments? (chapter 1, learning objective 2) a. Financial institutions b. Political c. Cultural d. Legal e. Economics 3. Which of these help companies to exchange currencies and transfer money around the globe? (chapter 1, learning objective 2) a. Governments b. Workers c. Financial institutions d. Consumers 4. Under GATT, intellectual property rights gave protection to which of the following? (chapter 1, learning objective 4) a. Copyrights b. Trademarks c. Patents d. All of the above 5. In order to stay in touch with international production and distribution activities, companies use which of the follow- ing? (chapter 1, learning objective 4) a. Internet b. Intranet c. Extranet d. All of the above BAM 401 International Business F INAL E XAMINATION FE.1 FE.1
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6. _______ give(s) distributors and suppliers access to a com- pany's database so they can place orders or restock inven- tories electronically and automatically. (chapter 1, learning objective 4) a. Intranets b. Videoconferencing c. Extranets d. Hackers 7. Which of the following is not an example of an online intermediary? (chapter 1, learning objective 4) a. America Online b. Yahoo! c. Expedia d. Excite 8. A business with direct investments abroad in several coun- tries is called a(n) _______. (chapter 1, learning objective 5) a. MNC b. GATT c. EU d. International company 9. The belief that one's own ethnic group or culture is superior to that of others is referred to as _______. (chapter 2, learning objective 1) a. cultural dominance b. cultural diffusion c. cultural literacy d. ethnocentricity 10. Detailed knowledge about a culture that enables people to live and work within it is called _______. (chapter 2, learning objective 1) a. cultural literacy b. social mobility c. cultural diffusion d. aesthetics BAM 401 International Business F INAL E XAMINATION FE.2
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11. ___________ are positive or negative evaluations, feelings and tendencies that individuals harbor toward objects or concepts. (chapter 2, learning objective 2) a. Customs b. Attitudes c. Beliefs d. Values 12. Which of these refers to the process whereby cultural traits spread from one culture to another? (chapter 2, learning objective 2) a. Cultural imperialism b. Social mobility c. Cultural diffusion d. Lingua franca
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