Many see government to have their best interests at heart. Business firms, on the other hand, are viewed as those who would not hesitate to compromise the health and safety of employees and consumers to turn a profit. Believers in laissez-faire economics argue that business firms must be repressed by government regulation. Despite government inspection in the food and pharmaceutical industries, for example, poisonings and contaminations still find their way to the market.
94 words A ) Discuss the forms of restriction on international trade. There are quite a number of trade restrictions that a government can implement on imported goods in order to protect domestic industry, such as tariffs, quotas, embargo, safety standards regulations, Anti Dumpling, complex custom duties, labeling requirements and quality restrictions. Tariff refers to tax placed on foreign goods which raises the price of the imported goods as it enters the country. This is the most common form of barrier to trade. Through tariff imposed on imported goods, this will lead to an increase in government revenue as well as protection on domestic industry.
POLITICAL - Sainsbury’s performance will be greatly affected by the political factors of United Kingdom. As the government and consumer debts being very high presently there, as a result it impacts greatly on attitudes of customers due to which business conditions experience very high pressure. It has not only to operate in these market conditions but also has to continually develop its business. In general, it can also have negative impact because of ongoing price fixing investigation among the big four UK retailers as Sainsbury is one of these and being at the forefront of this assertion. Allegation can hamper its image among public in market as public feel that they are cheated.
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Opportunities Rad Coffee provides its customers with a unique experience that isn’t duplicated anywhere else. Rad Coffee, unlike its competition, created an environment that caters to every individual with everyone’s favorite coffee beverages and some new, fun, creative creations that are unique to Rad Coffee such as the Frankenstein and Cookies & Scream blended drinks. With their off-the-wall personality and their “cater-to-all” styled beverage menu, Rad Coffee has created a brand for itself that is sure to stand above the competition. Furthermore, as a small coffee shop, it could be easier to maintain the business. They have a high potential to expand to more locations with different radical themes to attract more diverse types of people with different personalities and interests.
I chose to do my research and observation at Starbucks. I 've always been a fan of coffee and have come to enjoy coffee from Starbucks. For many years, I perceived this place as a spot for people who liked buying expensive yet not that good coffee. I thought I would be observing just a place where people meet up and study, but I didn 't really think I would be going into so much depth. However, mainly I chose this place because I thought there was a lot of potential for good research and I 'm very happy in what I found.
Although the aim of globalization is to have an open market, to open many job opportunities to many people, it also has its own setbacks. Globalization also fuelled global warming due to many factors such as the transport of materials from one country to another through the use of fossil fuels. In addition to that, industries also increased the emission of greenhouse gases that are the main causes of global warming and climate change. Global warming in turn brought and continues to bring many tragedies like the rise of sea level, storms, climate change, surface heating etc. Those who are in the developing countries that do not have the resources to combat and adapt to these changes will be the ones who will be greatly affected.
The demand of tea on such a massive scale natually demands our attention to study its impacts based on its Life Cycle Analysis. Life cycle analysis will take one through the production of Tea and processing of tea , its vrious uses , it 's effect on the society and the environment impact of such a product . fig 1. country wise division of production of tea. Note that most of the producers are the developing countries which had been once colonised. 
Sometimes, once a certain brand is preferred, customers will stick to that one brand. Sticking to that one brand is associated with being a loyal customer. In “Folgers: The New Era of Coffee” it also stated, “When it comes to some of the brand associations, Folgers is widely known as “traditional” and is often referred to as a brand that consumers “grew up” with, due to its popularity with older generations and its easily identifiable red, plastic container.” (pg 15) Once customers try it, they may start to drink only Folgers. If “The Office” would place Folgers in the show, it would be advertising the product. Product placement can be used as a source of advertising and a source of income for television shows.
It may be possible that the laws and regulations are lenient in host nation as compared to home nation. Environmental regulations – Ethical issues arise when the environmental regulations of host country are stringent to home country. This may result into increased pollution levels thereby attracting the penalties. Corruption – Corruption is one of the major issues which still continues in the society. Many international businesses have gained economic advantage as they pay to the government officials.