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FALSE Essential products that command considerable public interest, such as pharmaceuticals, food, gasoline, and cars, are often subjected to price controls. Such controls applied during inflationary periods can be used to control the cost of living. AACSB: Reflective Thinking Bloom's: Comprehension Difficulty Level: Hard Learning Objective: 06-04 The importance of the political system to international marketing and its effect on foreign investments Topic: Economic Risks
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Chapter 06 - The Political Environment: A Critical Concern 6-10 16.(p. 170)Sanctions are the most effective means of achieving their desired goals of forcing a country to accept demands of the boycotting country. FALSE History indicates that sanctions are almost always unsuccessful in reaching desired goals, particularly when other major nations' traders ignore them. AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Knowledge Difficulty Level: Hard Learning Objective: 06-04 The importance of the political system to international marketing and its effect on foreign investments Topic: Political Sanctions
Chapter 06 - The Political Environment: A Critical Concern 6-11 17.(p. 175)Businesses become increasingly attractive to terrorists, both because they are less well defended than government targets and because of what they symbolize. TRUE Experts believe that there are reasons to expect that businesses will become increasingly attractive to terrorists, both because they are less well defended than government targets and because of what they symbolize. AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Knowledge Difficulty Level: Medium Learning Objective: 06-05 The impact of political and social activists; violence; and terrorism on international business Topic: Violence, Terrorism, and War 18.(p. 176)As politicians in almost all countries use xenophobia to consolidate their own political power, the threat of one country attacking another is escalating fast. FALSE Thinkers believe that international warfare is fast becoming obsolete. The number of wars has declined steadily since the end of the Cold War. Even though politicians in almost all countries use xenophobia to consolidate their own political power, the threat of one country attacking another is declining fast. AACSB: Analytic Bloom's: Knowledge Difficulty Level: Hard Learning Objective: 06-05 The impact of political and social activists; violence; and terrorism on international business Topic: Violence, Terrorism, and War
Chapter 06 - The Political Environment: A Critical Concern 6-12 19.(p. 177)One of the easiest tasks in tracing cybercrime is determining if a cyberattack is a legitimate threat or just a prank. FALSE One problem in tracing cyberterrorists and criminals is that it is hard to determine if a cyberattack has been launched by a rogue state, a terrorist, or a hacker as a prank.

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