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International Business Management Control- International Business and finance (All instruction are available under order instru
Finance & Accounting
Pages 10 (2510 words)
International Business Management Control Introduction Globalisation has been the common term heard everywhere from the year 1990 and in today’s world there is no chance of the globalisation to get diminished. Globalisation means growth in the trade and business along with the expansion in the international market.
This is helping the individuals to know the events that are happening outside their home land. This increased awareness of the individuals is leading to the increase in the international trade and also the number of business that are running outside the domestic land. This shows that the economies all around the world are closely linked. In order to sustain in the global market, it is very important for the business managers to remain conscious that the operation market, the suppliers, the business partners, the investors and the competitors will not be restricted to the domestic country only. They can belong to the international market as well. A successful business will anticipate the future downfalls and will always make proper utilisation of the opportunities to achieve competitive advantage in the market. The managers should understand the similarities and the differences existing across the national boundaries in order to grab the opportunities and cope up with the potential downfalls. In order to develop appropriate strategies for operating in the global market, the managers need to consider the advantages as well as the disadvantages of the globalisation. A global strategy should be developed after taking into account the global events as well as the events in the home country. ...
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