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    This video combines six of our most popular-selling titles on Organizational Behavior Management for one, great low price! Watch real-life case studies about UOP, Von Maur Department Stores, Alligator Records, World Famous Pike Place Fish, Marshall Industries, and Specialized Bicycle Components. This special video set includes the following programs:

    International Business: Honda in North America (MCL-886)
    The concept of foreign direct investment and the need for foreign markets are illustrated. The growth of foreign markets including options, foreign direct investment, factors that influence the choices made and associated risks are identified. Of interest also, is the Honda company background and the expansion into the US market.

    International Business: McDonald's Everywhere (MCL-885)
    This program explores the complications of doing business outside the United States. Executives from McDonald's give the viewer a first-hand look at McDonald's expansion into India, a country where the people do not eat beef due to their religious beliefs.

    International Logistics and Global Shipping (MCL-820)
    American President Lines, Ltd. (APL), along with the Port of Los Angeles, operate one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced ocean and rail container terminals. It offers the highest level of intermodal transportation services in the world's largest trade lane.

    International Business: Coke in Japan (MCL-701)
    Coke's success in Japan is in great part due to establishing partnerships with knowledgeable locals, being familiar with the culture and customs, and consensus building. They have managed to be part of a local community while being an international company.

    Trade Disputes (MCL-697)
    In developing trade relations with other countries, companies must be sensitive to their culture and customs. Government policies must also be well understood. The different instruments of trade policy are described. Also presented are areas of tension between Japan and the United States in the rice, lumber, and auto industries.

    Foreign Exchange (MCL-949)
    Government economic policy used to be subject to a system of fixed exchange rates. This world of fixed exchange rates finally fell apart in 1971 when President Richard Nixon cut the U.S. dollar form the gold standard. Since then, the global marketplace has grown at an incredible rate. Today, whether a company uses sourcing strategies, futures contracts, or barter, the need to understand and adapt to the world's financial markets will determine the success or failure of tomorrow's businesses.

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    The concept of foreign direct investment and the need for foreign markets are illustrated. The growth of foreign markets including options, foreign direct investment, factors that influence the choices made and associated risks are identified. Of interest also, is the Honda company background and the expansion into the US market. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    This program explores the complications of doing business outside the United States. Executives from McDonald's give the viewer a first-hand look at McDonald's expansion into India, a country where the people do not eat beef due to their religious beliefs. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    American President Line, Ltd.(APL), along with the Port of Los Angeles, operate one of the world's largest and most technologically advanced ocean and rail container terminals. It offers the highest level of intermodal transportation services in the world's largest trade lane. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    Coke's success in Japan is in great part due to establishing partnerships with knowledgeable locals, being familiar with the culture and customs, and consensus building. They have managed to be part of a local community while being an international company. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    In developing trade relations with other countries, companies must be sensitive to their culture and customs. Government policies must also be well understood. The different instruments of trade policy are described. Also presented are areas of tension between Japan and the United States in the rice, lumber, and auto industries. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    Government economic policy used to be subject to a system of fixed exchange rates. This world of fixed exchange rates finally fell apart in 1971 when President Richard Nixon cut the U.S. dollar from the gold standard. Since then, the global marketplace has grown at an incredible rate. Today, whether a company uses sourcing strategies, futures contracts, or barter, the need to understand and adapt... read more DVD style course with completion certificate only

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