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FOREIGN TRADE UNIVERSITY

Faculty of English For Specific Purposes

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PORTFOLIO
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
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Name: Nguyễn Thị Ánh – 0954010001
Class: TAN302.CN(2-1112).1_LT
Teacher: Nguyễn Thu Hương A

Ha Noi, 03/04/2012
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Table of contents:
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Unit 1: Company Structure3
Unit 2: Management and cultural diversity 6
Unit 3: Marketing 8
Unit 4: Pricing11
Unit 5: Arbitration 17
Unit 6: International Trade 20
Unit 7: Banking24
Unit 8: Financing International Trade28
Unit 9: Financial Statements30
Unit 10: M&As ( Mergers and Acquisitions)……………………………………33 Unit 1: Company structure
I. EXERCISES:
1. Before you read:
a. Volcabulary:
1. C 2. E 3. B 4. A 5. F 6. G 7. D
b. Reading:
A. functional structure
B. matrix structure
C. line structure
D. staff position
2. Reading comprehension
a. Paragraph
The only adequate summary is the second. The first stress the disadvantages of hierarchies much more strongly than the text, and disregards the criticisms of matrix management and decentralization. The third is simply misleading: matrix management and teams are designed to facilitate communication among functional departments rather than autonomous divisions. b. Discussion

- 1, 4 and 11 would logically satisfy production managers, although 11 should also satisfy other departments. - 1, 3, 6, 7, and 9 would logically be the demands of marketing managers. - 5, 8, 10, and 12 would logically keep finance managers happy. Exercise 1.

1. f 2. e 3. h 4. d 5. a 6. g 7. b 8. c 9. I 10. j Exercise 2
1. human resources 2. customer service 3. quality control 4. research and development 5. public relations 6. project management 7. administration 8. billing 9. production 10. legal 11. shipping 12. finance 13. marketing 14. accounts 15. purchasing 16. procurement

Exercise 3
1.market research7. core business
2.cost centre8. distribution channel
3.earnings growth9. mission statement
4.management hierarchy10. market share
5.customer needs11. shareholder value
6.product portfolio12. brand loyalty
Exercise 4
1. market research 6. cost centre
2. core business 7. earnings growth 3. share holder value 8. management hierarchy 4. product portfolio 9. mission statement 5. brand loyalty 10. distribution channel Exercise 5

1. check 2. coordinate 3. assign 4. implement 5. control 6. ensure 7. adapt 8. monitor 9. evaluate 10. determine Exercise 6:
The true statement:
2. Aims and goals tend to be more general. Objectives and targets tend to be specific, with targets being the most concrete and measurable. Exercise 7
- Consists of, contains, is divided into.
- To be in charge of, to be responsible for, supported by, to assist or to be assisted by II. Writing.

Business Organization Structure Examples

The following examples are basic structures. Ultimately, you will need to choose and tailor a structure that best fits your business goals and needs - either adopting a basic model or combining different models.

Functional Organization Structure

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Functional organizations are structured around job functions. This type of business structure is suitable for...
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