Introduction to international management International business management; the process of internationalisation; growth in international trade and investment; the evolution of multinational enterprises; management perspectives on international trade and international trade theories; international trade regulation; economic integration; the formation of trading blocks, and free-trade areas. The international business environment The cultural environment of international business; the political and legal environments as well as the economic environment of international business; the international monetary system; the foreign exchange market; and international capital markets.
Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
OBS 114 or OBS 124 with admission to the examination in the other
2 lectures per week
Language of tuition
Both Afr and Eng
Period of presentation
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