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Boosting Vietnam's Presence in the World Market
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A 10 page paper discussing Vietnam's grudging and slow but inexorable shift to a free-market economy. Vietnam remains communist and shares a border with China to the north. Though its leaders want to remain true to the communist ideology for which so many died, they are faced with the hard facts of the benefits of joining the emerging world economy. The paper examines the economy as it is and the possibilities of taking a globalization route similar to that of South Korea and Singapore: welcoming foreign investment, but according to strict rules set by the government. Singapore provides a model of how the government does not need to yield its ideology to foreign entities. It truly is possible for the government to remain in control of philosophy while allowing the people to enjoy prosperity. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KSVietnam.wps

Border Conflicts Between Tibet and China
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This 8 page report discusses the basic issues - political, economic, cultural - surrounding the border conflicts between China and Tibet. Tibet is formally considered an autonomous region of the People's Republic of China. Much of the 20th century has involved conflict over that issue and how and when Tibet will be 'freed.' In October, 1950, little more than a year after the Communists gained full control of mainland China, their troops invaded Tibet. Now, nearly fifty years after the invasion, the Chinese still maintain their authority by armed force. They have redrawn the country's borders, incorporating huge swaths of Tibetan territory into Chinese provinces. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWtibet.rtf

Brazil and China - A Case of Apples and Oranges?:
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Brazil and China – A Case of Apples and Oranges?: This 5-page essay examines the cultural aspects of these two countries with respect to the Western World, and how the disparities can affect the way in which outsiders conduct business in these nations. One is historically animated, while the other is sublime. Invariably, this is a case of “When in Rome, do as the Romans do --” and one definitely needs to read the “handbook” on proper decorum before attempting commerce with either. Bibliography lists 6 sources. SNBrachi.doc
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Brunei Darussalam and Cross-Cultural Issues in International Business
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This 7 page report discusses the sultanate of Brunei Darussalam located on the northern coast of Borneo. For the past century, the tiny nation was one of the wealthiest in the world but it has recently had to deal with numerous economic problems and is being forced to change many long-held habits and attitudes. In addition, since oil has evolved as the primary resource of the nation, the population of Brunei (approximately 330,000 people) has received the benefits of the “Shellfare State - free cradle to grave health care and education.” Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWbrunei.rtf

Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok
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This 11 page paper looks at the strategic position of this Thai private hospital. The writer considers the macro and micro factors impacting on the hospital with examples of that impact. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEbunhsp.rtf

Cambodian Women and the Khmer Rouge
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This 7 page report discusses the genocide that took place in Cambodia during the totalitarian regime of the Khmer Rouge in 1975-1979. Various empirical studies reported that Cambodian women experienced the most extensive trauma. These women were victims of physical violence, often of a sexual nature, perpetrated by their fellow citizens. They were exposed to multiple forms of emotional abuse, torture, and forced labor. Many witnessed the deaths or executions of their husbands, and most lost at least one, and often several, of their children. Extended kinship networks, so much a part of their cultural heritage and their everyday functioning, were destroyed. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWcamref.wps

Carpini: The long and wonderful voyage of Frier Iohn de Plano Carpini
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A commentary on Carpini's account of his experiences of Mongol society in the Middle Ages, with specific reference to cultural clashes and the difficulties of making objective analyses of other cultures. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLmongols.rtf

Challenges to E Commerce in Hong Kong; A Research Proposal
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This 24 page paper consider the background of Hong Kong and the medium of internet retailing in order to outline a project proposal on the challenges of e-commerce in Hong Kong. The paper includes a comprehensive literature revues that looks at the macro environmental factors to both Hong Kong and the internet as well as aspects such as internet access and payment problems in a credit card averse society. The bibliography cites 13 sources
Filename: TEHKecom.wps


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