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Selected Answer: a. Social Answers: a. Social b. Economic c. Financial d. Technological
e. Material Question 14 2 out of 2 points Hofstede’s masculine vs. feminine dimension is the extent to which a society values traditionally masculine attributes (assertiveness, competition) or traditionally feminine ones (modesty, caring for others).
Question 15 2 out of 2 points A country that has particularly militant labor unions known for frequent unplanned or wildcat strikes, or perhaps a country known for holding corporate executives hostage until their demands are met, are examples of _____ risk.
e. political Question 16 2 out of 2 points In some countries, a high premium is placed upon foreigners and foreign items, as they are associated with sophistication –Belgian chocolate, for example, or Swedish automobiles. In other countries, there is subtle resistance to foreign items. This is an example of a cultural _____.
Question 17 2 out of 2 points A legal system where legislative bodies generally enact specific legal rules giving judges or courts considerable authority in interpreting these rules based on precedent and other factors is called a _____ law legal system.
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Question 18 2 out of 2 points When doing business in _____, it is important to understand that potential customers want to develop a personal relationship before doing business with foreign executives. Dinner exchanges and lunch meetings provide a good time for executives to get to know one another better. Dinners most often occur in the late evening, at 9 or 10pm.

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