Identification and understanding of intercultural market segments is the focus of the research of the different studies (Lindridge and Deakin 2003; Kah...
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...ternational segments (Jain 1989). Within a segment and in relation to a range of category (for example, fashion, cars, luxury) ― particular product of the culture-independent consumer behavior have no cultures or countries (Dawar and Parker 1994). For example, Exchange and search of information can consider is as behavior of the consumer "universal" and can be observed in all the cultures (Dawar and Parker 1994;) Murdock, 1945). In the cognitive processes underlying it decision making that are not cultural issues, but standardized roads decision making differences, not across cultures (McDonald 1994) - related to the marketing of so-called universal are most useful (Dawar and Parker 1994). This includes a global enfoque-estrategias of intermarket and segmentation of the world 's markets with the identification of homogeneous segments that borders (Jain exceeded 1989).
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