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A strategic aspect of entering foreign markets by acquisition is the speed

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1. A strategic aspect of entering foreign markets by acquisition is the speed with which it allows the organization to establish operations. This is particularly significant when the market is a rapidly changing environment or the product is swiftly evolving. Often entering the market by acquisition is the only way to successfully compete due to internal constraints. Discuss.;2. In 1998 Wal-Mart expanded its operations to Germany and acquired 21 Wetkauf hypermarkets followed by a purchase of 74 stores of the Interspar hypermarket chain. Currently Wal-Mart operates 92 Supercenters in Deutschland, employing approximately 14,000 employees. Was this a multidomestic strategy, a global strategy, or an international strategy? Discuss.

 

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