International Marketing Campaigns (IMC)
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This paper explains that, when developing an international marketing campaign (IMC) in a global and diverse competitive environment, one of the first challenges is that different nations across the world embrace different standards of ethical advocacy and regulate marketing and advertising in different ways. The author points out that taking advantage of a country's greater overall naivete or less stringent government regulations regarding the divulging of information, such as cigarette warning labels, might be effective marketing but hardly ethical. The paper relates that a country, which is tolerant of its own national corporations' foibles, might be less tolerant of a United States company engaged in similar practices.
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