This module will prepare students for the global environment by examining what makes countries and companies competitive globally. Students will be helped to draw on their entire experience to develop the critical ability to identify factors that enhance and restrain competitiveness. Special attention will be given to the relative competitiveness of South Africa and the countries and regions to be visited, with special reference to the industries that will be studied.
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