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Is the Border Tax Crossing the Line?

By Susan Kohn Ross and Jeffrey D. Davine

It is far too early to discern the extent of any change to the relationship between the U.S. 1,443 more words

Tax And Trusts & Estates

Using Scenarios to Assess Tesla Motors Prospect in the Electric Vehicle World 2020+

Tesla Motors is strategically placed to be at the forefront of a re-thought and revitalized world-order in mobility. Arriving at this stage has not been an easy task for CEO Elon Musk and Tesla Motors, whom constantly have battled near bankrupt periods and consumer uncertainty. 1,108 more words

Automotive

Negotiating gets intimate cross-culturally

It’s true.  Negotiating cross-culturally is (or should be) an intimate communication.  We don’t need to leave our own country to encounter a multiplicity of cultures we do business with. 66 more words

Hospitality

Face-to-Face Meetings ARE Global Business

The Meetings Mean Business Coalition, started i
n the U.S. to spread awareness of the economic value of meetings. Since it’s inception the initiative has provided powerful communication and advocacy to the industry. 29 more words

Hospitality

FACTORS AFFECTING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (unit2)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS- ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

The economic environment represents the economic conditions in the country/countries where the international organization operates. This part of the environment includes such factors as economic development, GDP/GNP, Per capita 880 more words

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

IMF Reports that Greece’s Debt Burden is Unsustainable

By Michael Antuono, International Business Writer

The Greek debt crisis is seemingly seems to be resurfacing, following reports released by the IMF regarding the situation. In 2009, amidst the world’s economic collapse, Greece announced its budget deficit would be 12.9% of GDP. 532 more words

International Business

Royal Dutch Shell Divests North Sea Assets

By Mack Wilowski, National News Assistant Editor

On Tuesday, Royal Dutch Shell announced it would be pulling back over half of its North Sea oil production, a divestment of over $4.7 billion and a major pullback from the British market. 545 more words

International Business