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Question 19 (1 point) Question 19 SavedGlobal Trading, LLC, is a distributor of computer software and hardware, steel and copper scrap, and telephone and electric utility equipment. Involved in three very different types of industries, the company faces many types of risks in its global business. Global Trading just learned that the government in one country in which it does business has taken over the entire electric utility industry. Had the governmenttaken over (with compensation) the assets of Global Trading but not those of any other company, the government's actions would be an example of ________.Question 19 options:nationalizationcommunismexpropriation
confiscationSaveQuestion 20 (1 point) Question 20 SavedSusan Smith works in marketing at Reconditioned Refrigerators (R&R), a global manufacturing company. Susan knows that to advance into upper management she must gain broader experience and was recently told that she can choose from several locations in which R&R is active for her first international assignment. Susanknows little about other nations, their cultures, and their political systems, so she has embarked on an ambitious research project to make an informed decision. Susan's personal political beliefs are congruent with those of a democracy. Susan's beliefs are most likely reflected in which of the following political ideologies?Question 21 (1 point) Question 21 SavedWhich of the following terms is used to refer to personal behavior in accordance with guidelines for good conduct or morality?SaveQuestion 22 (1 point) Question 22 SavedThe Nike "Swoosh" is an example of a ________.SaveQuestion 23 (1 point) Question 23 Saved
Which of the following was initially a code governing moral and ethical behavior thatwas later extended to govern commercial transactions?Question 23 options:Hindu lawCivil lawIslamic lawCommon lawSaveQuestion 24 (1 point) Question 24 SavedWhich of the following is the broadest measure of economic development?SaveQuestion 25 (1 point) Question 25 SavedWhich of the following is an example of a political motive behind government intervention in trade?Save