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Question: Recently, a class-action lawsuit was brought against McDonald's, charging that its food has contributed to the nationwide obesity epidemic. The suit was eventually dismissed, but many critics continue to point out the health dangers of typical "fast food" menu items. These critics are concerned that the fast food industry has used ________.

 

A.Deceptive pricing
B.Deceptive promotions
C.Deceptive packaging
D.High-pressure selling
E.Harmful products

 

Question: In societal marketing, the ideal goal for companies is to turn all of their products into ________ ones.

 

A.Pleasing
B.Desirable
C.Durable
D.Serviceable
E.Salutary

 

Question: Sellers might accept a ________, one whose removal from the country is restricted by the buyer's government, if they can buy other goods in that country that they need themselves or can sell elsewhere for a need currency.

 

A.Buyback
B.Barter
C.Counterpurchase
D.Tariff
E.Blocked currency

 

Question: It is important to understand how business norms vary from country to country. For example, ________ like to sit or stand very close to each other when they talk business - in fact, almost nose-to-nose.

 

A.Africans
B.Europeans
C.Americans
D.Japanese
E.South Americans

 

Question: The ________ is specifically focused on future company needs.

 

A.Consumer business concept
B.Marketing concept
C.Sustainable marketing concept
D.Strategic planning concept
E.Societal marketing concept

 

Question: All of the following are choices for internal and external "greening" and "beyond greening" activities except ________.

 

A.Sustainability vision
B.New clean technology
C.Product stewardship
D.Pollution prevention
E.Consumerism

 

Question: Hilton helps others run their hotels by exporting know-how services rather than products. This type of joint venture is known as ________.

 

A.Direct investment
B.Contract manufacturing
C.Licensing
D.Joint ownership
E.Management contracting

 

 

Question: All of the following are major decisions a company faces in international marketing except which one?

 

A.Deciding on the global marketing organization
B.Deciding which markets to enter
C.Deciding how to set standardized prices
D.Deciding on the global marketing program
E.Deciding how to enter the market

 

So Sony created the U as a "standing computer." The U includes a touch screen and small keyboard that can be used while standing or on the move. This is an example of ________.

 

A.Communication adaptation
B.Product invention
C.Straight product extension
D.Dual adaptation
E.Product adaptation

 

Question: A major step in regulating "unfair or deceptive business acts and practices" was the enactment of the ________ in 1938.

 

A.Stamp Act
B.Wheeler-Lea Act
C.Taft-Hartley Act
D.Interstate Commerce Commissions
E.Robinson-Patman Act

 

Question: Recently, a class-action lawsuit was brought against McDonald's, charging that its food has contributed to the nationwide obesity epidemic. The suit was eventually dismissed, but many critics continue to point out the health dangers of typical "fast food" menu items. These critics are concerned that the fast food industry has used ________.


A. Deceptive pricing
B. Deceptive promotions
C. Deceptive packaging
D. High-pressure selling
E. Harmful products

Answer: B. Deceptive promotions

Question: In societal marketing, the ideal goal for companies is to turn all of their products into ________ ones.


A. Pleasing
B. Desirable
C. Durable
D. Serviceable
E. Salutary

Answer: B. Desirable

Question: Sellers might accept a ________, one whose removal from the country is restricted by the buyer's government, if they can buy other goods in that country that they need themselves or can sell elsewhere for a need currency.


A. Buyback
B. Barter
C. Counterpurchase
D. Tariff
E. Blocked currency

Answer: E. Blocked currency

Question: It is important to understand how business norms vary from country to country. For example, ________ like to sit or stand very close to each other when they talk business - in fact, almost nose-to-nose.


A. Africans
B. Europeans
C. Americans
D. Japanese
E. South Americans

Answer: E. South Americans

Question: The ________ is specifically focused on future company needs.


A. Consumer business concept
B. Marketing concept
C. Sustainable marketing concept
D. Strategic planning concept
E. Societal marketing concept

Answer: D. Strategic planning concept

Question: All of the following are choices for internal and external "greening" and "beyond greening" activities except ________.


A. Sustainability vision
B. New clean technology
C. Product stewardship
D. Pollution prevention
E. Consumerism

Answer: E. Consumerism

Question: Hilton helps others run their hotels by exporting know-how services rather than products. This type of joint venture is known as ________.


A. Direct investment
B. Contract manufacturing
C. Licensing
D. Joint ownership
E. Management contracting

Answer: E. Management contracting


Question: All of the following are major decisions a company faces in international marketing except which one?


A. Deciding on the global marketing organization
B. Deciding which markets to enter
C. Deciding how to set standardized prices
D. Deciding on the global marketing program
E. Deciding how to enter the market

Answer: C. Deciding how to set standardized prices

So Sony created the U as a "standing computer." The U includes a touch screen and small keyboard that can be used while standing or on the move. This is an example of ________.


A. Communication adaptation
B. Product invention
C. Straight product extension
D. Dual adaptation
E. Product adaptation

Answer: B. Product invention

Question: A major step in regulating "unfair or deceptive business acts and practices" was the enactment of the ________ in 1938.


A. Stamp Act
B. Wheeler-Lea Act
C. Taft-Hartley Act
D. Interstate Commerce Commissions
E. Robinson-Patman Act

Answer: B. Wheeler-Lea Act
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Question: Think Ink is a growing company that sells a variety of inks for home and business printers. Management at Think Ink has decided to open a sales branch overseas to handle sales and distribution abroad. Think Ink is engaging in ________.

 

A.Indirect exporting
B.Joint ownership
C.Direct exporting
D.Licensing
E.Management contracting

 

 

Question: Companies can develop ________, which serves as a guide to the future. It shows how the company's products and services, processes, and policies must evolve and what new technologies must be developed to get there.

 

A.A sustainability vision
B.Product stewardship
C.Pollution prevention
D.A cradle-to-cradle practice
E.New clean technology

 

Question: ________ industries are safe from foreign competition.

 

A.Few
B.Most
C.Major
D.European Union
E.NAFTA

 

 

Question: Industrializing economies do not include ________.

 

A.Sweden
B.Brazil
C.India
D.China
E.Any of the above

 

Question: A long-standing charge against intermediaries is that they mark up prices beyond the ________.

 

A.Resale value
B.Value of their services
C.Going market price
D.Delivery charges
E.Promotion cost

 

Question: Countries with ________ economies consist mostly of households with very low family incomes.

 

A.Subsistence
B.Industrial
C.Service
D.Industrializing
E.Technological

 

Question: The success of the Tom Dennis Ford dealership has been built largely on return customers and word-of-mouth recommendations. The majority of sales are made to customers who have purchased a vehicle at the dealership before or who know someone who had a positive experience purchasing a vehicle there. The sales force at the Tom Dennis Ford dealership most likely knows that using high-pressure selling does not work if the dealership wants to ________.

 

A.Achieve short-term gains
B.Move last year's models
C.Build long-term relationships with customers
D.Maintain a database
E.Obey local and federal law

 

Question: To maximize the toothpaste market in China, Crest needs to convince more of the Chinese population to brush their teeth. Which of the following would Crest be most likely to use to accomplish this?

 

A.Product adaptation
B.Product invention
C.Standardized global marketing
D.Straight product extension
E.Communication adaptation

 

Question: A federal agency ordered KFC to stop running ads with false claims that its fried chicken is compatible with certain weight loss programs. Which agency had the authority to issue this order?

 

A.The Environmental Protection Agency
B.The American Marketing Association
C.The Consumer Product Safety Commission
D.The Federal Trade Commission
E.The Food and Drug Administration

 

Question: The high failure rate of new products shows that companies are not able to ________.

 

A.Control demand
B.Advertise enough
C.Identify consumer needs
D.Find manufacturers
E.Find outlets

 

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
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Question: Think Ink is a growing company that sells a variety of inks for home and business printers. Management at Think Ink has decided to open a sales branch overseas to handle sales and distribution abroad. Think Ink is engaging in ________.


A. Indirect exporting
B. Joint ownership
C. Direct exporting
D. Licensing
E. Management contracting

Answer: C. Direct exporting


Question: Companies can develop ________, which serves as a guide to the future. It shows how the company's products and services, processes, and policies must evolve and what new technologies must be developed to get there.


A. A sustainability vision
B. Product stewardship
C. Pollution prevention
D. A cradle-to-cradle practice
E. New clean technology

Answer: A. A sustainability vision

Question: ________ industries are safe from foreign competition.


A. Few
B. Most
C. Major
D. European Union
E. NAFTA

Answer: A. Few


Question: Industrializing economies do not include ________.


A. Sweden
B. Brazil
C. India
D. China
E. Any of the above

Answer: A. Sweden

Question: A long-standing charge against intermediaries is that they mark up prices beyond the ________.


A. Resale value
B. Value of their services
C. Going market price
D. Delivery charges
E. Promotion cost

Answer: B. Value of their services

Question: Countries with ________ economies consist mostly of households with very low family incomes.


A. Subsistence
B. Industrial
C. Service
D. Industrializing
E. Technological

Answer: A. Subsistence

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