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Complicated issues in international info administration is the 3rd in a chain of books on strengthen issues in international details administration (GIM). GIM examine maintains to growth, with a few students pushing the bounds of pondering and others demanding the established order.
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7 percent of the Internet users in China are women. S. S. those with ages from 18 to 54 comprise 60 percent of the total users. 3 percent of them use it to surf the Web (CNNIC, 2001). Most Internet users in China are very conscious of the time spent online as the dominant telephone carrier, China Telecom, still charges per-minute telephone fees. Although a lot of large corporations such as China Unicom have been formed and introduced to enter into the field of telephone and Internet business, the existence of monopoly seems to be a fact that cannot be denied.
Lack of trust in Internet security is frequently named as a problem in the literature (Farhoomand, 2000; Bingi, 2000). Small companies operating in distant countries would seem to be even more a risk to consumers — can they trust companies they have never heard of in countries they can barely find on a map? But the products being selected for export seem even more problematic. Rangan and Adler (2001) placed tangible products into four categories — undifferentiated commodities (steel bars or a barrel of oil are the same anywhere you buy them), quasi-commodities (branded books or toys available from many sources), "look and feel" goods (houses, clothing, furniture), and "look and feel" goods of varying quality (artwork, wine).
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Advanced Topics in Global Information Management (Vol. 3) by M. Gordon Hunter, Felix B. Tan