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Question 142 out of 2 points(_______), increasing market audience, receiving foreign direct investment are reasonsinternational trade is important to the United States.
Question 152 out of 2 points
(______) has emerged as a cost-leading manufacturer of products ranging from consumergoods to industrial equipment.
Question 162 out of 2 pointsOpponents of globalization claim that globalization has led to widespread governmentcorruption as indicated through the extensive use of (______).
Question 172 out of 2 pointsThe global business manager must possess a strong international awareness and mustunderstand the unique factors that contribute to the success of a global business, includingformal education.
Question 182 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is not one of the ways political risks can be classifies?
Question 192 out of 2 pointsAn achieved status is one that society assigns to an individual on the basis of factors overwhich the individual has no control: gender, race, ethnic background, and socioeconomicstatus, into which one is born.
Question 200 out of 2 points(___________) exacerbate the misunderstandings that arise when trying to communicate amessage.
Question 212 out of 2 pointsIn a cultural context, a value would then be anything that a particular culture holds in highesteem.
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0 out of 2 pointsValues guide behavior and allow one to predict the behavior of others.
Question 232 out of 2 pointsUnlike most other religions Buddhism has no real founder, no written scriptures, no body ofreligious law, and a very loosely-organized priesthood.
Question 242 out of 2 pointsPeople in particularistic cultures share the belief that general rules, codes, values andstandards take precedence over particular needs and claims of friends and relations.
Question 250 out of 2 pointsAs a result of OECD investigations in the mid -1970s, over four-hundred U.S. companiesadmitted making questionable or illegal payments in excess of $300 million to foreigngovernment officials, politicians, and political parties.

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