The due diligence analyses on the three countries chosen ( Germany/developed country, cuba/emerging country and Nigeria/ developing country.. )will continue the exploration of management decision making processes. For each of your countries, you will create a
1) roadmap for your entry strategy into the country with which type of ownership structure you would use, providing examples of why this would be the best choice.
2) You will discuss whether there are regulations with regards to trade in moving into this country.
3) Provide a SWOT analysis of the government and political issues you will be encountering during the entry process.
4) discuss all the legal and ethical challenges you foresee in moving into this arena.
A minimum of 1.5 pages per country is required and you will follow APA (6th edition) formatting , with title and reference pages, indented paragraphs and a minimum of four APA formatted references and associated in-text citations
**** references are very important, need to back up the paper****
USE the following websites and other resources to gather information on your three countries with regards to economic policies, GDP and general economic power. You will use this for your LP4 assignment.
• CIA World Factbook
the chapter is about entry strategies and organizational structures
alliance, joint ventures ang global product division.
Swot analysis is merely an acronym of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Swot analysis is a valuable tool that has been applied for a long time by theorists. The strengths of the government and political issues include: first, the political stability which makes the operation of the business less risky when compared to the emerging and developing countries. Secondly, the government has maintained economic stability which makes the economy experience less economic fluctuations. Also, the government encourages exports, and it offers incentives to local firms exporting goods and services. The weakness of the Germany government and political issues include high tax rates which may hurt new business entering the market. Also, the government holds complicated regulations and bureaucracies which make it difficult for foreign firms entering the market (Stahlhofer, Schmidkonz, & Kraft, 2018). Opportunities include tax incentives for a new business established locally. Threats that an entrant firm may face from the government is a future increase in the taxes.
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