International Marketing 18Th Edition By Philip Cateora – Test Bank
Chapter 11 The Asia Pacific Region
1) The term “The Greater China” refers to the information technology (IT) corridor in north China.
2) In the year 2009, Germany became the world’s biggest exporter ahead of China.
3) The PNTR status given to China contributed much toward increasing the import barriers on American products and services.
4) In view of China’s size, diversity, and political organization, it is not possible to have one-growth strategy for China.
5) A major issue that China has to address in its path to economic growth is improving human rights.
6) China is now the biggest market for personal computers.
7) China’s “one country, two systems” agreement with Hong Kong guarantees the latter a high degree of autonomy.
8) The Hong Kong dollar is freely convertible.
9) The Hong Kong SAR government stresses the predominant role of the public sector over the private sector.
10) The sector that was hit the hardest during the Japanese recession was the real estate sector.
11) According to analysts, Japan’s long entrenched Liberal Democratic political party was one of the reasons for the Japanese crisis.
12) One of Japan’s core advantages over other countries is its language; the syntax of the Japanese language is similar to that of certain programming languages.
13) The Japanese have an affinity for united effort.
14) Owing to the deeply corrupt system, most of the U.S. manufacturers in India are leaving for other countries or pulling their money back home.
15) The Four Asian Tigers are: China, Thailand, India, and North Korea.
16) The United States has granted NTR (normal trade relations) status to Vietnam.
17) Bottom-of-the-pyramid markets (BOPMs) are always defined by national borders.