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Business & Finance
  • Author:
    Henry Kyambalesa
  • ISBN:
    0875730876
  • ISBN13:
    978-0875730875
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  • Publisher:
    Jain Pub Co (January 24, 2004)
  • Pages:
    280 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Business & Finance
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By Henry Kyambalesa Of late, investments by Chinese corporations in Zambia seem to have become a topical issue among politicians and the general public. I have, therefore, found it necessary to make a contribution to the debate by citing some of the advantages and disadvantages of such investments to Zambia. He must have used material in his book to prepare the article above.

This title was first published in 2000: Designed to explore the emerging challenges for marketing executives and their organizations, as well as to survey the viable strategies for meeting these challenges. The book updates marketing concepts, terminologies and practices dictated by changes in social, economic, competitive and technological conditions.

Mathurin C. Houngnikpo is Visiting Professor in International Studies at Miami University of Ohio, Ohio, USA.

See what challenges international business will face in 2017. Cultural differences can also influence market demand for your product or service

See what challenges international business will face in 2017. Expanding business overseas means reaching new clients or customers and potentially boosting profits. Cultural differences can also influence market demand for your product or service. The need your business may address at home may already be met or not exist at all overseas.

This book is designed to explore the social demands, challenges and imperatives associated with conducting business operations across national borders. Its content is predicated upon the following basic premises:

Cross-border business operators have a moral obligation to seek socially beneficial results along with economically beneficial results in their policies, decisions and actions Cross-border business operations need to be conducted in ways that are consistent with host countries' commonly honored ethical standards Cross-border business owners and managers, like their host-country counterparts, have an express duty to comply with existing laws, rules and regulations Cross-border business operators need to be responsive to the needs, rights, concerns, and expectations of customers in all the countries where their operations are undertaken Cross-border business operators have a moral obligation to conduct their operations in ways that have negligible or no potential to exacerbate the depreciation of the quality of the natural environment in their host countries The need to develop sound relations with all the external groups in their host countries which have a stake in their corporate policies, programs, and overall existence is an imperative cross-border business entities can shirk or slight only at their own peril.