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International Marketing - Ch. 3
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The _____, a cornerstone of early U.S. foreign policy, dictated that no further European colonization in the New World would be accepted.
In 1425, the Hanseatic city of ______ became the first Atlantic seaport to be a major trading center.
A society's accepted basis for responding to external and internal events.
To understand fully a society's actions and its points of view, you must have an appreciation for the influence of historical events and the geographical uniqueness to which a _____ has had to adapt
History helps define a nation's ______, how it perceives its neighbors, how it sees its place in the world, and how it sees itself.
We must learn that _____ also influences business decisions such as foreign direct investments, market entry, and even personnel choices.
Most Americans know the most about ______ history
Which treaty was revised to include a total ban on the export of hazardous wastes by developed nations?
The Basel Convention
Countries like _____ and the U.S. epitomize the problems caused by an increasing percentage of elderly people who must be supported by a declining number of skilled workers.
Which country is considered to be the world's most efficient user of energy?
the Manifest Destiny specifically referred to the :
Territorial expansion of the United States from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
What is considered to be the most important deterrent to population control?
Cultural attitudes that favor large families
______ is the study of the earths surface, climate, continents, countries, peoples, industries, and revenues
Which source of energy provides the preponderance of energy in much of the underdeveloped world?
Japan was an isolated country before the arrival of _____ in 1853
In 1464, the French royal mail service was established by ______
Abstention of the United States from European political affairs was one of the three basic dicta of the ______
Taught throughout Japan's history, emphasizes the basic virtue of loyalty "of friend to friend, of wife to husband, of child to parent, of brother to brother, but, above all, of subject to lord," that is, to country. A fundamental premise of Japanese ideology reflects the importance of cooperation for the collective good.
_______ is important in understanding why a country behaviors as it does.
_______ events are always viewed from one's own biases and self-reference criteria.
The _______ was a political protest against the British prohibition of Yankee traders from dealing directly with merchants in Canton.
Boston Tea Party
The idea of Manifest Destiny was used to justify the U.S. annexation of ______
California, Texas, Oregon, New Mexico, and later, U.S. involvement in Cuba, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Philippines.
What event caused the Chinese to cede Hong Kong to the British?
The First Opium War
Which policy was used in the formation of a provisional government in Cuba in 1906?
The Roosevelt Corollary
______ development is a joint approach among those who seek economic growth with "wise resource management, equitable distribution of benefits and reduction of negative effects on people and the environment from the process of economic growth"
in 1066, William the Conqueror defeated Harold II in the Battle of Hastings, establishing Norman rule in ______
What best explains why the Japanese have such strong loyalty toward their companies?
in the context of global population trends, a nation needs a fertility rate of about 2.1 children per woman to be able to:
Maintain its population
In 1450, the _____ was the first book printed with movable type
Which U.S. foreign policy was applied in 1905 when the Dominican Republic was forced to accept the appointment of an American economic adviser?
The Roosevelt Corollary
In 1531, the ____ stock exchange was the first exchange to move into its own building, signifying its importance in financing commercial enterprises throughout Europe
What was the earliest trade route?
______ represent(s) the attempts of countries to overcome economic and social imbalances created in part by the influence of geography.
________ see the United States as a threat to their political, economic, and cultural sovereignty.
The manner in which the United States acquired land from the Panama Canal Zone typifies a U.S. foreign policy, _____, whatever is good for the United States is justifiable.
The opium wars resulted in a loss of confidence in the Chinese government. What event was caused by the resulting disorder?
The Taiping Revellion
A society's accepted basis for responding to external and internal events
What commodity helped Britain erase the tea-caused trade deficit with China during the 1800's?
An underpinning of all commerce is ______ - knowledge of where goods and services exist and where they are needed.
The notion that Americans were a chosen people ordained by God to create a model society; it was accepted as the basis for U.S. policy during much of the 19th and 20th centuries as the nation expanded its territory.
A cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy as enunciated by President James Monroe, it proclaimed three basic dicta: no further European colonization in the New World, abstention of the United States from European political affairs, and non-intervention of European governments in the governments of the Western Hemisphere.
An extension of U.S. policy applied to the Monroe Doctrine by President Theodore Roosevelt, stating that the United States would not only prohibit non-American intervention in Latin American affairs but would also police Latin America and guarantee that all Latin American nations would meet their international obligations.
The seizure of an investment by a government in which some reimbursement is made to the investment owner; often the seized investment becomes nationalized
Altitude, humidity, and temperature extremes are climatic features that affect the uses and functions of _______ and ______
Products & Equipment
Different _______ between the northern and southern hemispheres also affect global strategies.
An approaches toward economic growth that has been described as a cooperative effort among businesses, environmentalists, an others to seek growth with "wise resource management, equitable distribution of benefits, and reduction of negative efforts on people and the environment from the process of economic growth"
The availability of minerals and the ability to generate energy are the foundations of __________
The principal _________ to human energy are animals, wood, fossil fuel, nuclear power, and, to a lesser and more experimental extent, the ocean's tides, geothermal power, and the sun.
Migration from _____ to _____ areas, which can consist of domestic or international moves, is largely a result of a desire for greater access to sources of education, healthcare, and improved job opportunities.
Rural to Urban
_______ bind the world together, minimizing distance, natural barriers, lack of resources, and the fundamental differences between peoples and economies.
Continuous improvements in electronic communications have facilitated the expansion of _____
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