In international marketing (the distribution through), home country middlemen network consists of?

1.In international marketing (the distribution through), home country middlemen network consists of

 

(a) Export houses (b) Trading and merchandising companies

(c) Export co-operative firms (d) Export marketing companies

(e) All of these

2. In international marketing, indirect selling channels abroad consist of

(a) The distributors and merchant middlemen (b) Import agents and import houses

(c) Government designated agencies (d) None of these

(e) All of theseA company’s supply chain consists of

(a) Coordination and arrangement of materials

(b) Flow of information and funds

(c) Carriage of materials

(d) Transfer of ownership of the material

(e) All of these

3. Procuring and outsourcing from the home country is a little easier because

(a) Language and culture remain the same.

(b) The distances are short.

(c) International firm does not have to face exchange rate, fluctuations.

(d) International firm does not have to face taxation and other statutory tariffs differences.

(e) All of these.

4. Some of the challenges to global sourcing are

(a) Losing part of control on qualitative as well as operational aspects

(b) Firm’s own culture in built, in the workforce

(c) trimming down the profit margins expectations of the intermediary

(d) Working out long term plans for reducing dependency on the outsource agency

(e) All of these

5. While selecting middlemen abroad, common criteria for distributor qualification will include

(a) Financial strength

(b) Personal and ethical commitment of intermediary

(c) Intermediaries’ reach and relations with the customer

(e) All of these

 

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