- Assuming for a moment that we actually lived in a “globalized” world, where there seemed to be some kind of global synergy rather than cut-throat global competition, how would Porters writing and specifically his diamond model allow us to deal with a “global environment?” How does the “chance” element play into it all? How does the “government” element play into it all?
- So we understand that largely, currencies move independently of each other … not always but for our purposes we will assume that . So doing this “global” piece of business, and managing same, once we get past culture (Hofstede), Competitive Advantage (Porter), and get a sense of the “Intemational Legal Environment” (International Basics PPT), we must also concem ourselves with the impact or impacts of divergently moving currencies … What might be an environment in which I could make even more money than the “profit plan” for my product or service, considering the aforementioned?
- I’d like us to look at the differences between these two “trade agreements” … Why does NAFTA seem a bit more “one-sided” than the proposed USMCA?
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