Was the world’s leading manufacturing country for about 1,800 years, until it was replaced by Britain in about 1840. A. The United States B. Germany C. India D. France E. none of the above 2. The domestic environment is composed of all the uncontrollable forces originating in the that surround and influence the life and development of the firm. A. international arena B. host nation C. home country D. foreign country E. Two of the above 3. When considering where to export, pragmatist global marketers would look into the following factors: A. The cultures of the two countries should be elatively similar and compatible. B.
The climate for foreign direct investment in the importing nation is relatively favorable. C. Export and import regulations are not insurmountable. D. The infrastructure for exporting is favorable. E. All Of the above 4. Firms from had the largest total outstanding stock of direct overseas investment at the beginning of 2010. A. Germany B. the United States C. the United Kingdom D. Japan E. China 5. Regional trade agreements such as NAFTA can be seen to impact the WTO: A. negatively, because they undercut the nondiscrimination principle of the WTO. B. ositively, because they extend most-favored-nation status to more nations.
C. negatively, because they fight the WTO for membership. D. negatively, because the United States and the EIJ do not have a regional trade agreement between them. 6. Culture plays a significant role in the discipline(s) of: A. marketing but not finance. B. leadership, accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, and production. C. marketing and human resources, but not production, finance, and accounting. D. all foreign businesses, but not businesses of the home country. 7. Hofstede’s masculinity-femininity dimension suggests that, as an nternational manager, you might well: A. void feminine cultures because their production levels will lag. B. avoid very masculine cultures because they violate EEOC standards. C. find men and women equally ready to assume leadership roles in a feminine culture. D. find women too competitive in a feminine culture.