The Critical Concern Political Environment on Business

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The critical concern Political environment has a very important impact on every business operation no matter what its size, its area of operation. Whether the company is domestic, national, international, large or small political factors of the country it is located in will have an impact on it. And the most crucial & unavoidable realities of international business are that both host and home governments are integral partners. Reflected in its policies and attitudes toward business are a governments idea of how best to promote the national interest, considering its own resources and political philosophy. A government control's and restricts a company's activities by encouraging and offering support or by discouraging and banning or restricting its activities depending on the government. Here steps in international law. International law recognizes the right of nations to grant or withhold permission to do business within its political boundaries and control its citizens when it comes to conducting business. Thus, political environment of countries is a critical concern for the international marketer and he should examine the salient features of political features of global markets they plan to

Requirement #6: What are six important functions of your national government? Explain how these functions affect your family and local community.
| |After the Revolutionary War, the commanding officer, George Washington, relinquished his power encouraged the drafting of a new | | |Constitution. This was one of the first instances of a leader stepping down so that the people could decide their own future and | | |destinies. | | |The preamble to the U.S. Constitution lists six functions of government: | | |1. To form a more perfect Union - The national government will be fair across different state boundaries, helping keep the union | | |together. | | |2. To establish justice - The government's responsiblity is to protect those who do obey the law and punish those who do not. | | |3. To insure domestic tranquility - In order that all may lead a tranquil and quiet life, according to their own conscience, in a | | |godlike and dignified manner. | | |4. To provide for the common defense - All life is held as sacred, with the protection of innocent life at the base of capital | | |punishment. The government is to provided an army for protection from external threats. | | |5. To promote the general welfare - Civil rulers are servants for the general good. All classes of citizens are to be represented | | |equally by any laws the government may pass. The government may not provide or aid special interest groups above others. It is to | | |promote, not provide, for the people. | | |6. To secure the blessings of liberty - As stated in the Declaration of Independence, blessings are endowed upon men by their creator,| | |not a privilege granted by government. These blessings include life, liberty, and property. Government cannot provide these, only | | |secure them. | | |Many believe that the creation of the Constitution of the United States was inspired by the God of our forefathers. Although not | | |perfect, the U.S. Constitution has lasted for over 200 years and has been the blue print for liberty in many nations around...
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