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BUS 311 Week 5 Discussion question DQ 2 The Global Marketplace 2015 version

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The Global Marketplace

How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? When U.S. companies do business in other countries, what issues do they face? Describe the responsibilities and ethical concerns that you feel are important for U.S. companies to consider when doing business in other countries

How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders?

International business is different from domestic business because the environment changes when an organization crosses international borders. Typically, a business understands its domestic environment quite well, but is less familiar with the environment in other countries and must invest more time and resources into understanding the new environment. One of the ways that the government attempt to control foreign businesses from operating within their borders is through comity which means that a nation will defer to and give effect to the law

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BUS 311 Week 5 Discussion question DQ 2 The Global Marketplace 2015 version

  1. 1. BUS 311 Week 5 Discussion question DQ 2 The Global Marketplace Link : http://uopexam.com/product/bus-311-week-5-discussion-question-dq-2-the-global- marketplace/ Sample content The Global Marketplace How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? When U.S. companies do business in other countries, what issues do
  2. 2. they face? Describe the responsibilities and ethical concerns that you feel are important for U.S. companies to consider when doing business in other countries How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? International business is different from domestic business because the environment changes when an organization crosses international borders. Typically, a business understands its domestic environment quite well, but is less familiar with the environment in other countries and must invest more time and resources into understanding the new environment. One of the ways that the government attempt to control foreign businesses from operating within their borders is through comity which means that a nation will defer to and give effect to the laws and judicial rulings of another country, to the extent that they are consistent with the law and public policy of the accommodat http://uopexam.com/product/bus-311-week-5-discussion-question-dq-2-the-global-marketplace/

Sample content The Global Marketplace How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? When U.S. companies do business in other countries, what issues do they face? Describe the responsibilities and ethical concerns that you feel are important for U.S. companies to consider when doing business in other countries How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? International business is different from domestic business because the environment changes when an organization crosses international borders. Typically, a business understands its domestic environment quite well, but is less familiar with the environment in other countries and must invest more time and resources into understanding the new environment. One of the ways that the government attempt to control foreign businesses from operating within their borders is through comity which means that a nation will defer to and give effect to the law

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