Before the 1990s, most firms entered international markets
incrementally and slowly.
According to your text, ____ are small technology-based firms operating in international markets within two years of their establishment and realizing as much as 70 percent of their sales outside the domestic home market.
Approximately ____ of the world's purchasing power is outside of the United States.
The environmental forces that affect foreign markets may differ dramatically from those affecting domestic markets. This makes a careful _______ a critical part of a successful international marketing strategy.
Differences in standards of living, credit, buying power, and income distribution are all examples of _____ forces that must be considered in international marketing efforts.
A duty levied by a nation on goods bought outside its borders and brought inside is called a (n)
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