In the simulation for International Trade of Rodamia, I am the Trade Representative of the government of Rodamia. As chief advisor, negotiator and spokesperson on international trade and investment issues my job is to advise the President with recommendations for trade. The simulation provides some of the reasons that international trade may be necessary, the opportunity to explore which products to import and export as well as when to impose restrictions such as tariffs or quotas, or negotiate trade agreements. International trade has its advantages as well as limitations. Absolute advantage and comparative advantage plays a role in international trade.
Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues Simulation Summary What are the issues………..international When a U.S. company has decided to enter into business with a foreign company the same binding bases of business is applied. The base of business is the same contract that would bind companies to agreements in the U.S. Possible disagreements and disputes are expected in the international trade sector. The reality is that the contract that binds the companies to the original agreement, is used to settle these disputes without further legal action. The U.S. company wants to protect its interests by making sure that the contracts are enforceable in the foreign country. Considering the foreign companies culture and ethics in business transactions
P2: Distribution of retail goods Distribution channels covers three sectors of industry, Primary (Raw Materials) Secondary (Manufacturing) and Tertiary (Services). Distribution centre is part of a logistics chain which include trucks delivering and picking items from the workhouse, movement of goods via: * air * road * train * ship Size of distribution centre is deepens of the business is serves. Businesses would have to plan how they are going to distribute their products or services to their existing customers in order for them to sell. Distribution channels would have to make sure that they give the product or service to the correct people and at the right time, it is very important that they are able to make their profits and efficiency when a customer purchase a product or a service. The customer may have bought it straight from the business or the producer of the product per through the retailer or the wholesaler.
This act means the company has the right to sell their products and services. This means when items are being sold by their description for example buying a product from ebay and how they describe the product they are selling has to be accurate otherwise the sales of goods act would have been broken and the person selling the item could be prosecuted. This act also includes sampels when the customer is shown or try samples of their products the product on the shelfs has to be the same as the customers has tested/tried. Examples of buisnesses that have been affected by sales of goods act 1979- 1. The company has been affected in a good way because this act allows the company to have the right to sell their products and services.
International Trade Simulation Darlene Traci Kepner XECO/212 June 17, 2012 Jim Vernon International Trade Simulation I am advising International trade recommendations for the President of Rodamia. The advantages of international trade and investments imports will create a wider variety of products which will give them a choice in price and quality. Domestic producers can expand and sell their products to other countries creating jobs, capital, and new investments, increasing the economy. When trading you have to look at the opportunity of cost production this is what defines the comparative advantage in which a country can produce a particular good or service at a lower marginal price, compared to another country; basically a choice
Cross-Cultural Perspectives Mary Wilson ETH/316 March 23, 2015 Instructor Tiffanie Culpepper Introduction Globalization encourages interdependence which permits an economy to prosper by selling it merchandise to an unlimited market in other counties and can operate a business in more than one country. Globalization also benefits the parent company to buy goods and services from other countries that are successful. The parent company may be here in the United States and have affiliates or subsidiaries in the other countries. The goal is to establish a global business strategy to target developing countries that will generate the most growth and potential for profit. A company which puts to use a successful multinational
A procedure can be build to help the managers and consultant at the customer interface achieve new insights into the customer’s requirements and favorites. Lastly, customer-focused strategy is to enter industry that has strong strategic relations to the core adjoining industries. This is a mainly tempting alternative when the core industry is moving toward its operating effectively, produce surplus cash for reinvestment and full capabilities. Therefore industries are most situated to this strategy because it creates relationship with the customers. The executive growth strategy- The three customer-focused growth strategies explains the need supporting infrastructure to raise the chance of victorious implementation.
Define Research Purpose The international sales research is important to the marketing and sales team that works in companies that sell products and services to overseas countries. Due to the cross cultural difference, the research interprets market behavior and helps strategize sales and marketing tactics for the company (Craig, 1999). The research also investigates cultural variation to help the company obtain a larger advantage to sell their product and service to the oversea companies. The Business Problem
International Trade Simulation Warren Combs XECO/212 March 25, 2012 International Trade Simulation The world’s economy has shown, historically, that its ability to survive depends strongly on the relationships between all countries. The world’s economy of today has become so interdependent that the progress of every countries economy depends solely on its ties with other countries. When countries require markets for its goods and services and these markets are not available from nearby countries, international trade has been and continues to be the primary solution for preventing countries from being isolated; because international trade allows the sale of each countries surplus products and services. The U.S. has mutual relationships
Together the two have the ability to stabilize the economy. Select a product or service with which you are familiar and outline a strategy for accessing global markets. A service for accessing global markets is the manufacturing jobs. American needs to include a policy to attract and maintain manufacturing jobs by investing in research and job training as well as strengthen the enforcement of trade regulations. By investing in research and job training helps to prevent nations like China from cheapen the currency and undercutting America exports.