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Topics: International trade, Globalization, United Kingdom Pages: 11 (1010 words) Published: October 18, 2014
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Introduction

International Business

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Brush with Colgate
tooth paste [Colgate
Palmolive, US]

Drive Swift Car [Suzuki, Japan
– with components mfd in
India & Japan

Using Oral B tooth brush
[P&G, US]

Use Samsung
mobile [Korea]

Bathe with Dove soap
[HUL, Anglo Dutch]

Work on Acer
computer [Taiwan]

And Garnier shampoo
[L’Oreal, France]
Use Nivea Deo [ Beiersdorf,
Germany]

With Windows & MS Office s/w
[US – designed by Indian
Engineers]
Write with Reynolds
pen [France]

Have Kellogg's corn flakes for
breakfast [US]
And Nescafe Sunrise coffee
[Nestle, Switzerland]
View Star TV program
[News Corp, based in
Hong Kong, China and
owned by an
Australian]
International Business

An Indian Co. in
[partnership with SKY,
UK]
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Have lunch at
McDonalds [US]

Japanese TV mfd in
Indonesia

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Revenue in FY13 $ 68.4 billion
Exports $ 44.1 billion

Single largest petroleum refining complex in the
world – 1.24 Million Barrels per day

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Annual revenues of USD 40 billion
133,000 employees
Present in 33 countries
60% of the revenues from overseas

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Why learn International Business?
Economy and business getting more and more
globalised by the day.
Globalisation is not a choice, but an
imperative for survival.
Understanding of international business is key
for your future

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International Business - Introduction
Consists of transactions that are devised and carried
out across national borders to satisfy the objectives
of individuals and organisations. Primarily, they
consist of
Export & Import of products and services
Foreign Direct Investment
o Manufacturing
o Services

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What you will learn in Int’l Business?
Understand the international business
environment
Learn about the International Trade Theories
Learn about the role of government in
international trade
Understand how global business operations
differ from domestic operations

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In this session

Changing
economy and
world

International Business

Meaning of
Globalisation
& International
Business

Components
of
globalisation

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Drivers of
globalisation

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Ten Largest Economies
Ranked by average values of GDP (PPP) based on IMF and World Bank data (in USD billions)
Year

1st

2nd

3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
United
China
Japan Germany
Russia
Brazil
France
Mexico
Kingdom
15,923.626 5,750.467 5,021.990 3,440.437 2,827.978 2,656.858 2,416.128 2,040.222
2,562.320

India

2015 (IMF
Forecast)

United States
18,390.900

2000

United States
10,289.725

1990

United States
5,979.550

Soviet
Japan Germany
France
Union 2,379.280 1,452.189 1,031.071

1980

United States
2,862.475

Soviet
Japan
Union 1,005.142

United
Japan
China Germany
France
Italy
Russia
Brazil
Kingdom
3,260.583 3,019.505 2,147.506 1,593.083 1,534.793
1,406.416 1,236.303 1,122.589
1,514.639

India

International Business

Rank
1
4
7
18
20
21
25
26
27
28
40
70
71
75
82
85
99
125
134
137
154
160
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Per Capita
GDP

West
Germany
768.846

France
541.678

Italy
980.058

United
Kingdom
915.138

China
913.665

Brazil
789.165

India

Italy
513.790

Brazil
449.720

United
Kingdom
448.584

Mexico
352.499...
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