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This book is suitable for Undergraduates and Postgraduates/MBA courses in International Marketing, Export Marketing and International Trade. This book comprehensively covers both international marketing and export management. This is a focus on marketing decisions and management processes involved in exporting and not simply a 'how to' treatment of technical export details. This 6th edition has been written in response to the continually rapid changes in international marketing and the new challenges that are arising, including increased coverage of cultural differences, logistics, supply chain management and the impact of the internet on international marketing and exports. There is increased coverage of the 2 most important emerging markets of the the 21st century; China and India. New cases from companies including Dell, Unilever and Microsoft help students apply the theory.
Table of Contents
|International Marketing and Exporting|
|Bases of International Marketing|
|The International Environment: Culture, Economic Forces, Political/Legal, and Competition|
|Export Market Selection: Definition and Strategies|
|Market Entry Strategies|
|Export Entry Modes|
|Nonexport Entry Modes|
|Financing and Methods of Payment|
|Promotion and Marketing Communication|
|Handling Export Orders and Supply Chain Management|
|Organization of International Marketing Activities|
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