Acme Industries and Venezuela
This paper provides an insight into aspects of Venezuela with a view to the introduction of Acme Industries into the Venezuelan market.
# 115537 | 1,787 words | 12 sources | APA | 2009 |
Published on Jul 31, 2009 in Business (International) , Political Science (Fiscal Policy (economy)) , Latin-American Studies (Post-Modern (1960 on)) , Economics (General)
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In this article, the writer notes that the proposed injection of Acme Industries into Venezuela as an international business entity may provide for profitable interactions with some of Acme's ventures. The writer presents an overview of Venezuela's cultural, legal, political, and economic situations and maintains that this may provide useful insights to Acme Industries in the areas of risk and benefit comparisons, initial planning phases, and decision-making strategies for future business interests. The writer concludes that with opportunities and risks in expanding business ventures, especially into an international market, Acme Industries will need to further their research, gather comparisons of financial forecast data, and develop a selection of reliable contacts in the proposed area before proceeding into the Venezuelan market.
Venezuelan Legal System
Venezuelan Legal System
From the Paper:"The women of Venezuela have been expected to raise the children and take care of the home, while the men earned an income to provide for the family. The males are viewed as dominant and higher class, but until recent years, it has become more acceptable for women to enter, and even take leadership roles in the business world. Beauty and fashion are very important to the Venezuelans, particularly for women, so females in business roles should take extra care to always look their best. The business culture of Venezuela has many similarities to those of social functions and includes nepotistic behaviors. Even though there is wide separation in the status of classes and races, and women are just beginning to climb up the scale of equality, the citizens of Venezuela are extremely proud of their families, appearance, heritage, and traditions. "
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- Bolivarian Agency News (2009). Venezuela's minimum wage increases by 800% in ten years. Retrieved June 28, 2009, from http://www2.minci.gob.ve/noticiaingles.asp?num=2044
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