When nonexporting firms are asked why they do not export, they generally list the
following as problems:
A. locating foreign markets.
B. payment and finance procedures.
C. export procedures.
D. lack of foreign language expertise.
World Bank studies have shown that underdevelopment is often due to:
A. factors such as parasites and viruses that are a part of tropical climates and expand
unchecked because of the lack of winter temperatures.
B. mental slowness in people of the climates around the equator.
C. socialist political regimes.
D. lack of government investment in education.
For cost-of-living allowances, the U.S. State Department index:
A. is suitable for all locations.
B. is adjusted frequently.
C. neither A, B, nor D.
D. accounts adequately for inflation and currency value changes.
E. two of A, B, and D.
If an international manager runs afoul of a miscellaneous law while working abroad,
calling the embassy:
A. will ensure that the charges are dropped.
B. to let an official know of the situation may be a good idea, but usually the embassy