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    Globalization motivation
    I was wondering what everyones thoughts were about the current globalization through businesses venturing abroad. Good, bad, whatever. Also, what usually motivates a company to make the commitment to go abroad? (saturated domestic market, lower costs, etc).

    I work for a company that is constantly in contact with business looking to venture into foreign markets and I am always interested to hear peoples' views on the topic. Thanks in advance.

    -Andrew


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    If you want to succeed in new geography, you certainly need to have a lot of knowledge from where you want to go.

    This is a way of expanding your business overseas that you can take as a first step.

    Things you can do include understanding local language nuances, customer requirements and preferences, cultural differences, and the regulations that apply there.

    By doing this, you will be able to run industrial operations, then develop the best strategies so that the business can grow and succeed in new markets.


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    Improved transport, making global travel easier. ...
    Containerisation. ...
    Improved technology which makes it easier to communicate and share information around the world. ...
    Growth of multinational companies with a global presence in many different economies.


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    Beside the extreme changes in innovation, globalization was achieved by the acknowledgment that worldwide extension of a specific business could bring about critical increment in income. Therefore, economies of scale could without much of a stretch increment the benefit of a specific business.


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    Main reasons that have caused globalisation. Improved transport, making global travel easier. For example, there has been a rapid growth in air travel, enabling greater movement of people and goods across the globe.


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    Main reasons that have caused globalisation. Improved transport, making global travel easier. For example, there has been a rapid growth in air travel, enabling greater movement of people and goods across the globe. Containerisation.


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    There are several key factors which have influenced the process of globalisation: Improvements in transportation - larger cargo ships mean that the cost of transporting goods between countries has decreased. Transport improvements also mean that goods and people can travel more quickly. ...


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    The most important causes of globalization differ among the three major components of international market integration: trade, multinational production, and international finance.


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    Principle reasons that have caused globalization. Improved vehicle, making worldwide travel simpler. For instance, there has been a quick development in air travel, empowering more prominent development of individuals and merchandise across the globe. Containerization.


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    Main reasons that have caused globalisation. Improved transport, making global travel easier. For example, there has been a rapid growth in air travel, enabling greater movement of people and goods across the globe. Containerisation.


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