The primary dimensions that need to be considered when designing the structure of an
international company are:
A. product and technical expertise, geographic expertise, and functional expertise.
B. product and technical expertise, customer expertise, and functional expertise.
C. geographic expertise, functional expertise, and customer expertise.
D. all of the above
E. two of A, B, and C.
Microloans are usually:
A. loans made in small, developing economies.
B. loans made to small, entrepreneurial businesses.
C. small loans made to small businesses, usually in developing countries.
D. pharmaceutical-backed loans.
The oldest orderly marketing arrangement, which was disbanded through the WTO, is
A. Multi-Fiber Agreement (MFA).
B. Jamaica Agreement.
C. Textile Co-operation Treaty (CTC).
D. Japanese truck export quota.
E. Paris Convention.
Among the external businesses that conduct country risk assessment are:
A. the Economist Intelligence Unit, Euromoney, the Harvard Business Review
B. Moody's, Standard and Poor's, STRATFOR
C. The New York Times, Wilson Quarterly, Forum
D. two of the above.