Thinking to Export

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1

    There are several ways to evaluate the export ..... of your products and services in overseas markets; the most common approach is to examine the success of your products domestically.

  • 2

    Another means is by examining the unique or important features of your product: if those features are hard to ..... abroad, then it is likely that you will be successful overseas.

  • 3

    ..... export markets may still exist, especially if the product once did well in the United States but is now losing market share to more technically advanced products.

  • 4

    Other countries may not need state-of-the-art technology and/or may be unable to afford the most ..... and expensive products.

  • 5

    Such markets may have a surprisingly ..... demand for U.S. products that are older or considered dated by U.S. market standards.

  • 6

    All aspects of an export plan should be agreed upon by the personnel involved in the exporting process, as they will ultimately ..... the export plan.

  • 7

    From the start, the plan should be viewed and written as a management tool, not as a ..... document.

  • 8

    Many companies begin export activities ....., without carefully screening markets or options for market entry.

  • 9

    While these companies may or may not have a ..... of success, they may overlook better export opportunities.

  • 10

    If early export efforts are unsuccessful because of poor planning, your company may be ..... into abandoning exporting altogether.

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