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Effects Of Technology Export Control On The Supercomputer Industry
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A 15 page paper discussing the effects of 50-year-old regulations on the supercomputer industry. Established in 1949, technology export controls were meant to prevent potentially devastating technology from reaching the Soviet bloc countries from outside. The Soviet bloc countries no longer exist in their previous form, and most of the developed nations of the world have supercomputers in place, and the primary effect of export controls is that of stifling competition in the industry and maintaining prices at artificially high levels. The industry within the US also suffers from anti-dumping laws heavily weighted in US favor; the combined effect of both is that we are prevented from realizing the benefits offered by supercomputer application because of the resulting limited competition allowed. The paper advocates eliminating the anti-dumping laws and reforming export control to restrict only nuclear weapon components rather than a single tool that could be used in their construction. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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The UN's Effect on International Business
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15 pages in length. Upon hearing the term 'United Nations,' the immediate image of most is that of the General Assembly and the Security Council. Many of us have little concept of the extent of UN activities that take varied routes to one goal: that of bettering the human condition around the world. One efficient and productive route toward that end is in the UN's facilitation role of encouraging free trade among the countries of the world. The Economic and Social Council is comprised of several subgroups working in specific areas from government level to economic analysis and forecast for the greatest ease possible in encouraging the growth of international business. Bibliography lists ten sources.
Filename: Unbiz.doc

CHINESE SUPPLIERS AND U.S. SUPERMARKETS
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This 6-page paper examines a case study of an Asian supermarket in the United States and how the owners work with Chinese suppliers. The essay examines the state of supply chain management in China, and then provides recommendations to the supermarket owners on how they can best manage their China-based suppliers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MTchisup.rtf

Expansion into the Middle East
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An 8 page paper examining some of the gross differences in the conduct of business between the West and Arab nations for the purpose of selecting one or more Arab nations to study more fully as possible expansion sites for the organization. It uses information gathered from business travel publications, government sources, news items and Arab nationals for the most balanced overview possible. The information presented concludes with the finding that the business culture of Arab nations is very different from that of the West, but that there are no differences in basic tenets of integrity and honesty. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KSintlComm.wps

Marketing A New Software Product In Great Britain
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A 5 page marketing plan for the development and marketing of software by a British company. While competition is increasing in all world markets, that in Great Britain is higher than most—many would-be global businesses use Britain as a 'launching pad' for globalization, crowding the local economy with available choices in all market segments. Software companies of non-American origin have had difficulty in gaining market share, but British business is more adept at relationship marketing with British citizens. Use of the Internet is encouraged, as is narrowly targeted print advertising. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Apple and Saudi Arabia: Time To Move
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Apple and Saudi Arabia: Time To Move: A five-page analysis of how a U.S. company, in this case Apple Computer, Inc., should go about entering a new market in a foreign country, i.e., Saudi Arabia. Included are economic, cultural and political climate in Saudi Arabia and the history and financial condition of Apple Computer. Cites four sources.
Filename: 99apsau.rtf

Civil Engineering Construction In Saudi Arabia
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This 20 page paper discusses civil engineering construction companies in Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. A brief introduction is provide describing the kinds of work accomplished by companies in this industry. Two companies are then discussed: the Al-Khodari Group in Saudi Arabia and the Alfred McAlpine Plant business in the United Kingdom. How these kinds of companies can market their services is explained along with descriptions from their Web sites. Examples of tenders are included. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Political Risk Assessment and a View of Israel
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This 8 page paper considers the issue of political risk and the application of political risk assessment models in the view of the marketing/industry risk, political risk and economic risk relative to Israel. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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OPEC and Oil Production Agreements
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This 20 page paper looks at the background to oil production and considers the influence of supply and demand. It looks at the politic and economic disagreements within OPEC and the way they have impacted on the prices of the oil and petroleum market in the late 1990's and the way in which oil prices have again been increased through agreement. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
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Organizational Culture at Nippon-Mitsubishi Oil
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An 8 page paper discussing the need for a paradigm shift away from employment for life toward a model more in keeping with today's business climate. While neither Nippon-Mitsubishi nor Japan needs to emulate any other existing organizational culture model, both must ensure that organizational culture does not suffer in deference to social culture. The paper suggests educating employees in the need for responding to changing business climate and notes that Mitsubishi Oil's recent merger with Nippon Oil will allow it to gracefully extricate itself from some of its traditional kiretsu relationships that have been detrimental in finance. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: KSMitsubiOil.wps


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