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73. All of the following except____ have contributed to India’s economic development. A. efficient and transparent capital markets B. a democratic government C. Western accounting practices D. having a clear commitment to free market reform 78. Which of these systems are a nation’s land, factories, and other economic resources owned by the government? 89. Latin America managers___ Set 2 1. Which are "uncontrollable" forces in International Business?
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2. According to Geert Hofstede, what is one of the four measures that explain cultural differences? a. Market equilibrium b. Necessity c. Power distance d. Factor proportions e. Achievement 3. What is a problem encountered by businesses in the international legal environment? 4. This law made difficult the operations of American firms in several countries. It was doubtful for years, and had to be followed by American managers even abroad.
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5. The U.S. is considered a low-context culture because: 6. Of the several definitions of culture we saw, the most complete was: a. culture reflects core values of individuals and is externalized in the form of symbols and rituals b. culture shapes a society's core values and norms, which are transmitted from one generation to another c. culture is a set of rules which produce behavior that falls within an acceptable range, and they are transmitted from one generation to another d. culture is a set of learned characteristics shared by a particular group of people; it is reflected by their behavior and this behavior must be accepted by the group e. culture is a way of being in a social group; it is reflected by their behavior and this behavior must be accepted by the group
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