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An Overview of International Business
An Overview of International Business MCQs
Which of the following could be considered a major reason that a city would want to host the Olympic Games?
to prevent the economic growth of competing nations
the long-term benefits of tourism
to test the capacity of national infrastructure
to promote international harmony
Which of the following would be considered an international business transaction?
purchasing products in one country and assembling them in the same country
recruiting employees internationally
borrowing money from a major bank to finance capital improvements
shipping finished products from one country to another for retail sale
The Internet has helped small businesses compete in global markets because it ________.
allows them to establish a physical presence in each country
avoids transactions involving foreign exchange
eliminates price controls
reduces entry costs
According to the CAGE Model, which of the following refers to the physical, communications, and transportation links between countries?
Individuals should most likely study international business to ________.
comply with graduate school certification requirements
ensure that an employer has a global online presence
remain current on the latest business methods
obtain bilingual business experience
Which of the following has most likely triggered the increase of small businesses involved in international business?
increased cultural literacy
Just-in-time systems were created in ________.
the United States
Just-in-time systems are used by firms to ________.
store important data
screen job applicants
Sony's suppliers deliver necessary inputs as they are needed by Sony. Sony is most likely using a(n) ________ system.
Black and Decker produces tools at a plant in North Carolina and ships the tools to retailers in England. This is an example of which type of internat...
________ is the buying of products made in other countries for use or resale in one's own country.
Sam's Club purchases kalamata olives from Greece for sale in its stores. Which international business activity does this represent?
The British term for the trading of tangible goods is ________.
The British term for the trading of intangible goods is ________.
merchandise exports and imports
service exports and imports
Boeing, an American firm, sells commercial aircraft to Lufthansa in Germany. This is an example of ________.
Exports account for about ________ of Netherland's gross domestic product?
The international business activity called ________ occurs when capital is supplied by residents of one country to residents of another country.
global direct investment
________ are investments made for the purpose of actively controlling property, assets, or companies located in host countries.
Foreign direct investments
Indirect global investments
Which term refers to the location of a parent company's headquarters?
If a company is headquartered in Taiwan, then Taiwan is the company's ________.
Ford Motor Company is based in Detroit, Michigan. It also has offices in Germany, England, and China. Which of the following is Ford's home count...
The ________ is where a company operates but is not headquartered.
third party country
Siemens is headquartered in Germany but maintains operations in the United States. The United States is the ________ country.
Trade between nations can be traced back as far as ________.
25) Which country was a significant focal point for international business during the Middle Ages?
26) ________ are purchases of foreign financial assets for a purpose other than control.
Foreign direct investments
Global business investments
Foreign portfolio investments
If a Dutch pension fund purchases 1,000 shares of Sony's stock, the Dutch company has most likely ________.
made a foreign direct investment
made a foreign portfolio investment
earned a higher return on assets
earned a lower rate of return
28) Compared to Thailand, the United Kingdom has a ________ level of exports of goods and services as a percentage of GDP.
29) Kraft purchased all of the common stock of Cadbury PLC. This is an example of ________.
foreign portfolio investment
foreign direct investment
McDonald's has licensed its brand name, operational systems, and trademarks to individual restaurant owners in Europe. This is called internation...
________ is a contractual arrangement in which a firm in one country allows the use of its intellectual property by a firm in a second country in retu...
Licensing usually involves permission to use which of the following?
Walt Disney permits a German clothing manufacturer to market children's pajamas embroidered with Mickey Mouse in return for a percentage of compa...
A(n) ________ involves a firm in one country agreeing to operate facilities for a firm in another country for an agreed fee.
Any organization that engages in cross-border commercial transactions with individuals, private firms, and/or public sector organizations is a(n) ____...
The term ________ is used to identify firms that have extensive involvement in international business.
The International Red Cross is an example of a(n) ________.
Which of the following is a common activity of MNCs?
training of international managers
buying resources in various countries
inventing goods in a variety of countries
establishing foreign exchange rates
Toyota, ExxonMobil, General Electric, and Volkswagen are all examples of ________.
Capital supplied by residents of one country to residents of another is known as ________.
domestic inversion financing
The integration of markets, nation-states, and technologies in a way that is enabling individuals, corporations, and nation-states to reach around the...
international business organization
The ratio of international trade to economic activity has ________ since 1950.
remained about the same
The importance of foreign direct investment in the world's economy has ________ over time.
Which of the following is the most likely reason that firms globalize?
boredom with existing markets
the divesting of low-cost resources
leveraging core competencies
competing for public prestige
A ________ is a distinctive strength that is central to a firm's operations.
Which of the following is a primary reason that firms acquire resources and supplies from other countries?
comply with trade regulations
minimize resource competition
decrease shipping and handling costs
obtain items unavailable in home country
Which of the following is a likely reason that firms globalize?
avoid strategic stagnation
achieve economies of scale
concentrate the firm's revenue stream
increase dependence on home country sales
Pepsi's reason for following Coca-Cola to new markets was most likely to ________.
acquire resources and supplies
leverage core competencies
compete more effectively
gain economies of scale
After World War I, international business was primarily restricted by ________.
high transportation costs
After World War II, international business was primarily triggered by the ________.
loss of high-quality Japanese goods
reduction of tariffs and quotas
improvement of transportation
introduction of the Euro
Mexico and Poland are examples of ________.
Second World economies
First World economies
Which of the following is considered a BRIC nation?
By 500 B.C.E., ________ merchants were exporting silk and jade to India and parts of Europe.
What is the primary reason that U.S. advertising agencies frequently film commercials in South Africa?
low production costs
Regional trade and investment has been made easier through which of the following?
the Global Trade Institute
the Hanover Accord
North American Free Trade Agreement
Which of the following is not considered a dominant institution in the Era of Globalization?
World Trade Organization
International Olympic Committee
International Monetary Fund
During the Cold War, which term was used when referring to the Soviet Union and its allied Communist states?
During the Cold War, which term was used when referring to the United States, Australia, and Western Europe?
During the Cold War, low-income countries in ________ were primarily considered suppliers of raw materials to First World countries.
the United States
the Soviet Union
Which two countries account for more than one-third of the world's population?
Mexico and Brazil
China and India
Brazil and India
Mexico and China
International nonprofit organizations are called ________.
Which of the following is a primary source of revenue for the IOC during the Olympics?
real estate sales
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