The strong recovery in net private capital flows to emerging markets that began in 2003 has continued this year. Although a moderation in the pace of flows is anticipated in the next several quarters, the overall level envisaged for 2006 remains relatively elevated. Downside risks have increased, however, in the face of rising concerns and unease about a potentially less hospitable global economic environment going forward.
Bài giảng Các chiến lược quản trị kinh doanh quốc tế (International business management strategies) includes Global strategy, Entering foreign market, Global marketing, Global operation management, Global human resource management.
Chapter 8 - Developing a global vision through marketing research. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: The importance of problem defi nition in international research, the problems of availability and use of secondary data, sources of secondary data, quantitative and qualitative research methods, multicultural sampling and its problems in less-developed countries, using international marketing research.
Chapter 16 - Integrated marketing communications and international advertising. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Local market characteristics that affect the advertising and promotion of products, the strengths and weaknesses of sales promotions and public relations in global marketing, when global advertising is most effective; when modified advertising is necessary,...
2008 market on a par with 2007 due to little volume growth and slightly lower raw material prices, but 23.6% fall in 2009 due to lower raw material prices and lower volumes.LV Energy –Rated below 1kV
Power Cable –Rated 1kV and Above
Telecom -External copper telecom cable
Data –All types of cable for data transmission
Winding Wire –All enamelled wire and covered conductors
Fibre Optic –All fibre optic cables
Chapter 1 - Introduction to labour market economics. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Main actors and roles, labour supply and demand, policy questions, characteristics of market, neoclassical and alternative approaches.
Chapter 1 - The scope and challenge of international marketing. What you should learn from chapter 1: The benefi ts of international markets, the changing face of U.S. business, the scope of the international marketing task, the importance of the self-reference criterion (SRC) in international marketing, the increasing importance of global awareness, the progression of becoming a global marketer.
Chapter 3 - History and Geography: The foundations of culture. Geography and history in chapter 3 are included as important dimensions in understanding cultural and market differences among countries. Not to be overlooked is concern for the deterioration of the global ecological environment and the multinational company’s critical responsibility to protect it.
Chapter 4 - Cultural dynamics in assessing global markets. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: The importance of culture to an international marketer, definition and origins of culture, the elements of culture, the impact of cultural change and cultural borrowing, strategies of planned and unplanned change.
Chapter 6 - The political environment: A critical concern. What you should learn from chapter 6: What the sovereignty of nations means and how it can affect the stability of government policies; how different governmental types, political parties, nationalism, targeted fear/animosity, and trade disputes can affect the environment for marketing in foreign countries; the political risks of global business and the factors that affect stability;...
Chapter 9 - Economic development and the Americas. What you should learn from chapter 9: The importance of time zones for trade relationships and marketing operations, the political and economic changes affecting global marketing, the connection between the economic level of a country and the marketing task, the variety of stages of economic development among American nations,...
Chapter 10 - Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. What you should learn from Chapter 10: The reasons for economic union, patterns of international cooperation, the evolution of the European Union, evolving patterns of trade as eastern Europe and the former Soviet states embrace free-market systems, strategic implications for marketing in the region, the size and nature of marketing opportunities in the European/African/Middle East regions.
Chapter 11 - The Asia Pacific region. What you should learn about in chapter 11: The dynamic growth in the region, the importance and slow growth of Japan, the importance of the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Markets, the diversity across the region, the interrelationships among countries in the region, the diversity within China.
Chapter 12 - Global marketing management: Planning and organization. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How global marketing management differs from international marketing management, the need for planning to achieve company goals, the important factors for each alternative marketentry strategy, the increasing importance of international strategic alliances.
Chapter 13 - Products and services for consumers. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: How global marketing management differs from international marketing management, the need for planning to achieve company goals, the important factors for each alternative marketentry strategy, the increasing importance of international strategic alliances.
Chapter 14 - Products and services for businesses. What you should learn from chapter 14: The importance of derived demand in industrial markets, how demand is affected by technology levels, characteristics of an industrial product, the importance of ISO 9000 certification, the growth of business services and nuances of their marketing, the importance of trade shows in promoting industrial goods, the importance of relationship marketing for industrial products and services.
Chapter 15 provides knowledge of international marketing channels. What you should learn from chapter 15: The variety of distribution channels and how they affect cost and efficiency in marketing, the Japanese distribution structure and what it means to Japanese customers and to competing importers of goods, How distribution patterns affect the various aspects of international marketing,...
Chapter 17 - Personal selling and sales management. What you should learn from chapter 17: The role of interpersonal selling in international marketing, the considerations in designing an international sales force, the steps to recruiting three types of international salespeople, selection criteria for international sales and marketing positions,...
Chapter 18 - Pricing for international markets. What you should learn from chapter 18: Components of pricing as competitive tools in international marketing, how to control pricing in parallel import or gray markets, price escalation and how to minimize its effect, countertrading and its place in international marketing practices, the mechanics of price quotations, the mechanics of getting paid.