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45. Distribution of its products has never been a problem for Bridgemont Industries. Which one of the following is a distribution method that is least likely to be used by Bridgemont? a. Use of an indirect strategy of distribution b. Use distribution channels already in place in the foreign marketplace c. Use an agent d. Enlist the services of a foreign distributor e. Use local government distribution systems
46. When Bridgemont is selling its products in foreign markets, it must decide how to price them. Which of the following is least likely to be a factor for consideration when it comes to pricing of products being sold in foreign markets?
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Ch13 47. A Japanese user of Sony's ERP system can view the company's financial information in Japanese yen, while a British user of the system is able to see the same information in British pounds. This ERP system is _____.
48. Ardella Enterprises is renowned for its operations management otherwise described as the management of the direct resources involved in the production system of the company. Which one of the following would not be considered a business function associated with the activities of operations management?
49. As the Jenkins and Jones Corporation continues to grow, it will face the need to make more and more strategic decisions. Which one of the following best describes the corporation if it decides to make purchase globally versus domestically? a. Global proliferation b. Global procurement c. Domestic outsourcing d. Global production e. Enterprise resource planning
Ch14 50. One of the prominent concerns the clients of Aero, Inc. express is that of currency fluctuations. The clients know fluctuations in currency can wind up costing them money. Aero, Inc. alleviates its clients concern by suggesting the client enter into a situation where currencies can be exchanged at a previously agreed exchange rate as a way to hedge exchange rate movements. Which one of the following best identifies what Aero, Inc. is likely suggesting?

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