Question;As a business owner making a final decision regarding the international aspects of a business decision, you may decide to set up a table with the risks and weigh their relative importance against the rate of return you foresee. You also need to put a plan in place to overcome it.;Assume that your business is visible and an important member of the community. Would the government encourage a decision to expand? How would it affect the reputation of the business?;Here is what the list looks like. Your assignment is to fill in the table.;RiskImporterExporterL/M/SHow to Overcome ItEconomic conditionsFluctuations in industryCompetitionTechnological changeChange in preferencesCosts and expensesRegulationsExpropriationInterest ratesGovernment monetary policyGovernment fiscal policyInternal and external warsDifference in culture and religionOwnership of factories and propertyHuman resource restrictionsIntellectual propertyDiscriminationRed tape and corruptionBlockage of funds or capital accountsChange in government;Comment on whether the U.S. government would support a business owner's decision to expand internationally or import in light of the balance of payments and how the move internationally may affect the business's reputation as a local small-business owner.
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