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EMERGING MARKETS/ETHICAL DILEMMA Closing Case: The Ebola Challenge First reported in 1976 in Sudan and Zaire (now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo [DRC]), Ebola has been a known virus for four decades. Yet, there is still no effective vaccine or medicine. Between 1976 and 2013, there were 24 outbreaks in Sub-Saharan Africa, with 1,716 ca...
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EMERGING MARKETS Closing Case: Online Shop Number One Online shopping has become the new normal in urban China. Rather than heading for a local supermarket, many consumers in Shanghai turn to the Web, click, and pay—a few hours later, a deliveryman on motorcycle comes to drop a box of food, household goods, or the latest fashion at the doorstep. Wh...
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EMERGING MARKETS/ETHICAL DILEMMA Closing Case: Chicago versus Shanghai Richard Wang is president (country manager) for Dream Hotel China, whose corporate headquarters is in Chicago. Wang has an engineering degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas. After obtaining his MBA in 1995, Wang worked at Dre...
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EMERGING MARKETS/ETHICAL DILEMMA Closing Case: Moving Headquarters Overseas A number of MNEs have moved headquarters (HQ) overseas (see Exhibit 12.12). In general, there are two levels of HQ: business unit HQ and corporate HQ. The question is: Why? If you have moved from one house to another in the same city, you can easily appreciate the logistica...
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EMERGING MARKETS/ETHICAL DILEMMA Closing Case: Moving Headquarters Overseas A number of MNEs have moved headquarters (HQ) overseas (see Exhibit 12.12). In general, there are two levels of HQ: business unit HQ and corporate HQ. The question is: Why? If you have moved from one house to another in the same city, you can easily appreciate the logistica...
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