What are commodity like products Choose one answer a They are products solid

What are commodity like products choose one answer a

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What are commodity-like products? Choose one answer. a. They are products solid based on highly differentiated product attributes b. They are products used the same way by consumers everywhere making differentiation based on product attributes more difficult than competing on price c. They are highly differentiated services which make globalization possible d. They are agricultural products such as wheat, sugar cane, potatoes, and bananas e. They are products that are not used globally, but rather locally within the same communities over and over again CorrectIn global service industries firms develop value added chains to compete for consumers desiring or needing the same general services regardless of where they are located. CorrectA cultural gap analysis is often performed by firms to contrast ____________________________ Which of the following can be an institutional outcome or artifact of the workings of a society’s culture?
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Situational influences on a person’s behavior can include which of the following environments? Choose one answer. answerBehavioral norms are commonly shared ______________________ of how people should behave in particular situations. Choose one answer. Professor Nicholson’s definition of a cultural value is a group’s___________________ response to a ________________ universal problem. Choose one answer. Both philosophy and religion can affect the political systems of a nation. In Dr. Nicholson’s model of cross-cultural effectiveness, __________________ is the element that can be enhanced or increased in order to subsequently improve the odds of achieving more positive outcomes. Thought can affect behavior and in turn, behavior can affect thought. As firms enter new markets around the world, they often step into different cultures and have to deal with people who have different ways of perceiving the world. A _______________ country is where a firm has its headquarters Roberto, Lihua, Nobu and Pauline are taking IBUS 330 together.  They are  studying differences on Hofstedes work-related cultural values, specifically  contrasting China and the U.S.  Roberto feels that the U.S. is much more group- oriented than the Chinese since the new entrepreneurial class in China is so fast  growing and affluent.  Pauline says he’s wrong and that the results indicate the  PRC is still far less individualistic on a whole than is the U.S. Roberto is  unconvinced and further states that the U.S. is the most powerful country in the  world and as such ranks higher than China on power distance.  Pauline tells 
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