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Does anyone know which country particpates in the most joint ventures?

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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
It was on my exam today, but I can't find the answer anywhere in my notes?

The options were:

a. USA
b. China
c. Japan
d. Russia

I think it's either a or b.


Anyone out there know?

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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I don't know, hope this helps :lol:
#2
Joint ventures in what?
#3
What sort of exam asks a stupid question like that?
banned#4
Afterburner
Joint ventures in what?


Joint ventures in a particular part of business. It didnt give any specifics.

This was an Economics exam btw!!
#5
I would have thought USA - it's the sort of BS that management like to be seen to be involved in over there.
#6
Try asking Wolfram Alpha - that's the sort of thing it does best.
#7
zygo
Try asking Wolfram Alpha - that's the sort of thing it does best.


Glad to hear that it does something well then!
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/05/19/dziuba_wolfram/
:-D
banned#8
Spod
What sort of exam asks a stupid question like that?


Exactly. There was another question asking which country had the highest percentage response to the following:

It is important for a manager to have, at hand, precise answers to most of the questions that his or her subordinates may raise about their work.

a. Japan
b. Italy
c. GB
d. Denmark
banned#9
Spod
Glad to hear that it does something well then!
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/05/19/dziuba_wolfram/
:-D


:p
#10
I'd guess China, mainly because they require foreign countries to make joint ventures with Chinese companies if they want to enter the Chinese market. The other three don't afaik.

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