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Major Markets That Exist In All Foreign Markets revision.docx

Major Markets That Exist In All Foreign Markets revision.docx

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Companies collect a wide variety of information about their foreign markets to decide in which countries to conduct business and which market segments in these markets they should target. 
What are the three major markets that exist in all foreign markets? Describe the markets and provide examples of each.
(The three major markets are Consumer Markets, Industrial Market, and Government Markets).
Notes:
Write a paper of 600-650 words, typewritten in double-spaced format ( Times New Roman styles), page margins Top, Bottom, Left Side and Right Side = 1 inch, with reasonable accommodation being made for special situations and online submission variances. APA 6th Edition. Add Abstract, Conclusions, References and Citations.
In your response, make certain that you include at least three outside references from search engines. This paper will be automatically submitted to Turnitin.
Book References: 
Gaspar, J., Arreola-Risa, A., Bierman, L., Hise, R., & Kolari, J. (2014). Introduction to global     business: Understanding the international environment & global business functions. Mason, Ohio, South-Western CENGAGE Learning.


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