- MAY 24, 2006
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
The BookPerry’s Department Store: An Importing Simulation teaches business in the dynamics of the international marketplace by placing the reader in the role of a retail buyer importing jeans into the United States. The import process is divided into eight steps: profiling suitable countries for export, developing sourcing strategies, recognizing differences in working across cultures, understanding the policies and laws governing importing, classifying imported product, financing the import purchase, determining shipping procedures for imports, and completing the entry process. Resources and worksheets for the simulation are included on the accompanying CD-ROM.
Table of Contents* Step One: Country Profile * Step Two: Country Analysis * Step Three: Business Protocol: Working Across Cultures * Step Four: Importing Trade Agreements and Laws: Policies, Laws, and Trade Agreements Governing the Importation of Textiles and Apparel * Step Five: Classifying the Import Product: Resources Available for Importers * Step Six: The Cost Sheet: Financing Your Import * Step Seven: The Logistics of Importing: Transporting the Import Purchase * Step Eight: The Entry Process: Importing Processes and Procedures for Textiles and Apparel * Career Opportunities in Importing
About The AuthorsDonna W. Reamy teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University. Cynthia W. Steele is affiliated with New Creative Enterprises.
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- Fairchild Books
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