21514 Introduction to International Business6cp
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This subject covers issues related to the institutional, regulatory, and cultural environments within which international business firms operate. It presents concerns about globalisation, regionalisation, sustainable development goals, and ethical issues that influence business activities across national boundaries. Through the application of theories in case studies, students explore and gain a comprehensive understanding of the critical challenges associated with undertaking and managing business activities internationally.
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