A Tariffs B Subsidies C Export Financing D Foreign Trade Zones Tariffs All of

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A) Tariffs B) Subsidies C) Export Financing D) Foreign Trade Zones Tariffs All of the following are methods of restricting trade EXCEPT ______. A) Tariff B) Quota C) Local content requirement D) Subsidy Subsidy The ______ finances the export activities of companies in the United States and offers insurance on foreign accounts receivable. A) Ex-ante bank B) Ex-CEO bank C) Export-import bank D) In-out bank Export-Import Bank Tariffs cause damage to ______ because this group must pay more for certain imports. Consumers A restriction on the amount of a good that can enter or leave a country during a certain period of time is called a(n) _______. Quota A ban on trade in one or more products with a particular country is called a(n) ________. Embargo A(n) ______, requires that some specific fraction of a good must be produced domestically. Local content requirement The purchase of physical assets or a significant amount of ownership (stock) of a company in another country to gain a measure of management control is called _______. Foreign Direct Investment Companies seek cross-border mergers and acquisitions to _______. A) Get a foothold in new geographic markets B) Increase a firm's global competitiveness C) Fill in gaps in companies' product lines in a global industry D) All of the above All of the above According to the international product life cycle, in which of the following stages is a good produced in the home country because of uncertain domestic demand and to keep production close to the research department?
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A) Standardized product stage B) Maturing product stage C) Declining product stage D) New product stage New product stage Building a subsidiary abroad from the ground up is called a(n) _______. Greenfield Investment To capitalize on buyer perceptions of high quality, a watchmaker might produce in ______. Switzerland Scenario: Global Manufacturing, Inc. (GMI) GMI is a fast-growing US company that wants a productions system that makes each of its product's two components in the location where the cost of production is lowest. The components will then be taken to maquiladoras for final assembly. GMI purchased an existing company in Brazil to produce component A and built a subsidiary in Thailand to produce component B. GMI's investments are considered _______. Foreign Direct Investment Scenario: Global Manufacturing, Inc. (GMI) GMI is a fast-growing US company that wants a productions system that makes each of its product's two components in the location where the cost of production is lowest. The components will then be taken to maquiladoras for final assembly. GMI purchased an existing company in Brazil to produce component A and built a subsidiary in Thailand to produce component B. GMI's purchase of the Brazilian company can be best classified as a(n) ________. Acquisition Scenario: Global Manufacturing, Inc. (GMI) GMI is a fast-growing US company that wants a productions system that makes each of its product's two components in the location where the cost of production is lowest. The components will then be taken to maquiladoras for final assembly. GMI
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