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Trade Impediments

This paper analyzes policies for doing business in alternate cultural settings. Identifies some of the major impediments that may limit the ability to "truck, barter and exchange across international borders. Discusses impact of culture and national ideologies.
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Introduction The president of General Motors once remarked that the business ofAmerica is business Although there are political and ideologicalmotivations behind that statement that can be criticized the essentialidea behind the statement is true In fact the statement could be morebroadly applied beyond the United States Adam Smith the father of moderncapitalism believed that it was natural for all humans regardless ofnationality to truck barter and exchange Although this may be anatural human inclination as in all things human there are some

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