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Global Marketing Management
Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 Marks)
 This section consists of Multi Choice & Short Note type questions.
 Answer all the questions.
 Part One carries 1 mark each & Part Two carries 5 marks each.
Part One:
1. All the ethnocentric orientations are collectively called______________
2. Which of the following comes under benefits of Global marketing?
a. Endurance
b. Sales Promotion
c. Diversification
d. All of the above
3. The Polycentric orientation is the opposite of ethnocentrism. (T/F)
4. NAFTA stands for____________
5. ______________refers to the ability of the product and the company from that of the competitors
a. Positioning
b. Differentiation
c. Customer value
d. None
6. CAT stands for _______________
7. Cave dwellers are______________
8. LIFO stands for life in fire option.(T/F)
9. Starbursts are _______________
10. _____________is an advantage over competitors gained by offering consumers greater value
Part Two:
1. What are the implications of tariffs in the Global Marketing?
2. Write a short note on “Diffusion Theory”.
3. Discuss the concept of competitive marketing strategies.
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4. Discuss the importance of marketing mix.
END OF SECTION A
Section B: Caselets (40 marks)
 This section consists of Caselets.
 Answer all the questions.
 Each caselet carries 20 marks.
 Detailed information should form the part of your answer (Word limit 200 to 250 words).
Caselet 1
The competitive advantage of nations and the competitiveness of locations have become important
topics in economic policy. Competitiveness is productivity; competitiveness is what the world
economic forum defines as the set of institutions and policies that determine the level of
productivity. There is no single determinant of competitiveness, there‟s no single determinant of
productivity.
Things that matter for example are the macroeconomic stability of a country, the soundness of
institutions whether the judiciary for example is independent or favors particular sectors or
businesses, whether the government acts in efficient ways or in sectarian ways, other determinants of
competitiveness involve market efficiency, labour market flexibility, and financial market flexibility.
The whole growth competitiveness index that is the index that has been used over the least five or
six years by the world economic forum captures the three big concepts: macroeconomic stability,
government institutions and innovations.
1. What are the indicators of global competitiveness? Discuss the new tools to determine global
competitiveness.
Caselet 2
In this new millennium, few business houses can afford a turn a blind eye to global business
opportunities. According to the latest Mckinsey Global Survey, top global executives believe that the
growing number of consumers in emerging markets will be the most important trend for global
business during the next five years. On 15th April 1994, trade ministers of 123 countries signed the
final Act of the GATT Uruguay Round of negotiations at Marrakech, bringing the WTO into being
on 1st January 1995.
The object of the Act is the liberalization of world trade. By it member countries undertake to apply
fair trade rules covering commodities, services and intellectual property. It provides for the lowering
of tariffs on industrial goods and tropical products; the abolition of import duties on a variety of
items; the progressive abolition of quotas on garments and textiles; the gradual reduction of trade
distorting subsidies and import barriers, and agreements on intellectual property and trade in
services.
1. Discuss the provisions of world Trade Organization (WTO). What are implications of WTO,
agreements on international business?
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END OF SECTION B
Section C: Applied Theory (30 marks)
 This section consists of Long Questions.
 Answer all the questions.
 Each question carries 15 marks.
 Detailed information should form the part of your answer (Word limit 150 to 200 words).
1. By marketing in a foreign country must a firm automatically utilize geographic segmentation or
some other segmentation basis discuss.
2. Distinguish between direct and indirect selling channels. What are the advantages and
disadvantages of each?
END OF SECTION C
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Subject Code-B-109 Business Communication
Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks)
 This section consists of multiple choices and Short Notes type questions.
 Answer all the questions.
 Part one questions carry 1 mark each & Part Two questions carry 4 marks each.
Part one:
Multiple choice:
1. __________is an essential function of Business Organizations:
a. Information
b. Communication
c. Power
d. None of the above
2. Physiological Barriers of listening are:
a. Hearing impairment
b. Physical conditions
c. Prejudices
d. All of the above
3. Which presentation tend to make you speak more quickly than usual:
a. Electronic
b. Oral
c. Both „a‟ and „b‟
d. None of the above
4. What is the main function of Business Communication:
a. Sincerity
b. Positive language
c. Persuasion
d. Ethical standard
5. The responsibilities of the office manager in a firm that produces electronics spares is:
a. Everything in the office runs efficiently
b. Furniture and other equipment in the office is adequate
c. Processing all the incoming official mail and responding to some
d. All of the above
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6. Labov‟s Storytelling Model based on:
a. Communication through speech
b. Language learning
c. Group Discussions
d. None of the above
7. Diagonal Communication is basically the:
a. Communication across boundaries
b. Communication between the CEO and the managers
c. Communication through body language
d. Communication within a department
8. How to make Oral Communication Effective?
a. By Clarity
b. By Brevity
c. By Right words
d. All of the above
9. Direct Eye contact of more than 10 seconds can create:
a. Discomfort & Anxiety
b. Emotional relationship between listeners and speakers
c. Excitement
d. None of the above
10. Encoding means:
a. Transmission
b. Perception
c. Ideation
d. None of the above
Part Two:
1. Define 7C‟s of effective communication.
2. Explain „Space Language‟.
3. Differentiate between good listeners and bad listeners.
4. List the different types of business report.
5. Define „Kinesics‟.
END OF SECTION A
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Section B: Caselets (40 marks)
 This section consists of Caselets.
 Answer all the questions.
 Each Caselet carries 20 marks.
 Detailed information should form the part of your answer (Word limit 150 to 200
words).
Caselet 1
Mr. and Mrs. Sharma went to Woodlands Apparel to buy a shirt. Mr. Sharma did not read the
price tag on the piece selected by him. At the counter, while making the payment he asked for
the price. Rs. 950 was the answer.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Sharma, who was still shopping came back and joined her husband. She was
glad that he had selected a nice black shirt for himself. She pointed out that there was a 25%
discount on that item. The counter person nodded in agreement.
Mr. Sharma was thrilled to hear that “It means the price of this shirt is just Rs. 712. That‟s
fantastic”, said Mr. Sharma.
He decided to buy one more shirt in blue color.
In no time, he returned with the second shirt and asked them to be packed. When he received the
cash memo for payment, he was astonished to find that he had to pay Rs. 1,900 and Rs. 1,424.
Mr. Sharma could hardly reconcile himself to the fact that the counter person had quoted the
discounted price which was Rs. 950. The original price printed on the price tag was Rs. 1,266.
Questions
1. What should Mr. Sharma have done to avoid the misunderstanding?
2. Discuss the main features involved in this case.
Caselet 2
I don‟t want to speak to you. Connect me to your boss in the US,” hissed the American on the
phone. The young girl at a Bangalore call centre tried to be as polite as she could. At another call
centre, another day, another young girl had a Londoner unleashing himself on her, “Young lady,
do you know that because of you Indians we are losing jobs?”
The outsourcing backlash is getting ugly. Handling irate callers is the new brief for the young
men and women taking calls at these outsourced job centres. Supervisors tell them to be „cool‟.
Avinash Vashistha, managing partner of NEOIT, a leading US-based consultancy firm says,
“Companies involved in outsourcing both in the US and India are already getting a lot of hate
mail against outsourcing and it is hardly surprising that some people should behave like this on
the telephone.” Vashistha says Indian call centre‟s should train their operators how to handle
such calls. Indeed, the furor raised by the Western media over job losses because of outsourcing
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has made ordinary citizens there sensitive to the fact that their calls are being taken not from
their midst, but in countries such as India and the Philippines.
The angry outbursts the operators face border on the racist and sexist, says the manager of a call
centre in Hyderabad. But operators and senior executives of call centres refuse to go on record
for fear of kicking up a controversy that might result in their companies‟ losing clients overseas.
“It‟s happening often enough and so let‟s face it,” says a senior executive of a Gurgaon call
centre, adding, “This doesn‟t have any impact on business.”
Questions
1. Suppose you are working as an operator in a call centre in India and receiving calls
from Americans and Londoners. How would you handle such calls?
2. Do you agree with the view such abusive happenings on the telephone do not have any
impact on business?
END OF SECTION B
Section C: Applied Theory (30 marks)
 This section consists of Applied Theory Questions.
 Answer all the questions.
 Each question carries 15 marks.
 Detailed information should form the part of your answer (Word limit 200 to 250
words).
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1. What do you by Communication Barriers? How and why do they occur? What can be
done to overcome the Barriers to Communication?
2. Define and explain the term Negotiation and also briefly explain the phases of
Negotiation.
END OF SECTION C
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