C. indirect, indecisive, and antisocial.
D. passive, indirect, and unprincipled.
E. indirect, intellectual, and passive.
The premiums charged by marine insurance companies on an international transaction
A. the age of the ship.
B. whether the goods are stowed on deck or under deck.
C. the volume of business.
D. how the good are packed.
E. all of the above.
Topography, including mountains, deserts, plains, and bodies of water, greatly
A. political relationships.
B. the physical distribution of products and services.
C. the local approach to education and health services.
D. local attitudes toward industrially developed economies.
The disadvantages of indirect exporting include:
A. foreign business can be lost if the exporter changes supply sources.
B. no expertise or large cash outlays are required.
C. the firm gains little experience from transactions.
D. two of the above.