International Business: Norms of Morality and Local Cultures

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International Business is a business where all the activities pass through the other country’s borderline. This definition includes international trade and manufacturing abroad, industry’s service in a field like transportation, tourism, banking, advertisement, construction, retail trade, big trade and mass communication.

There are two reasons to running the International Business, first is specialization between nations. In a relation with an advance or a certain power with all its weakness, therefore a country must be choose a strategic option to produce a strategic commodity. The second is the consideration of business development. A company that already moves in some kind of business inside a country often tries to develop their company to the other country.

In international business there are many activities that a company can do. A company that enters international business usually makes them gets involved from the simple step that doesn’t have any risks until the complex step and contain a highly risk, therefore these are the activities:


In order to get involved to the world of International business, a company is generally started from the earliest involvement with export incidental. In this early step generally occurs when the presence of the arrival of foreigners in our country then he buys stuff or goods and then we have to send it to a foreign country.


Those early step then develop and later there is a business connection that routine and even that transaction as the days gone by become more active.


Next step is license selling. In this step, a newcomer country selling the license or brand from its product to the ho...

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