„« Barriers to entry are typically high, it requires a very large amount of money and expertise to enter the industry. The industry is consolidating not growing.
There are ten different markets in U.S. They are Florida, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Georgia, Texas, California, Illinois, and Oregon.
simplicity of market entry: Advances in telecommunications, computer technology and transportation have made entry into foreign markets by
Threat of new entry is low because the barriers to entry are high. Newcomers to the industry would require an enormous amount of up front capital to set up the distribution networks and infrastructure, such as establishing hubs, and acquiring aircraft and a large amount of ground transportation vehicles (vans, trucks, ect). Economies of scale are significant and would deter new firms from entering because initial sales volumes would be low do to the fact that existing brands already have strong brand identification, and there are no cost advantages to entering, like government
I believe that Harley-Davidson has the ability to succeed in these other countries if they are willing to take the time to study the cultural differences and infuse those differences into the country that they are trying to enter into. They must be willing to respect the different cultures and still be true to the brand that Harley represents. Through either joint ventures or foreign subsidiaries they can gain the knowledge of the surrounding culture and bring their product to the market faster. They must also look for ways to transition from loose to tight cultures, in order for this they need to be informed of the host country's political stability, and look for ways to enlarge the local job market, and develop the local resources that are associated with in that country. Another process would be by not interfering with local governments and hiring the most talented of local personnel. They must also develop regional economic alliances and show that they want to develop the local economies
Capitalism is a competition of unequal opponents. In this global game, the strongest actors generally make the rules and act as the primary referees. It is very challenging for weaker nations, corporation, or people groups to successfully complete. In Michigan, the outsourcing of automobile manufacturing has taken a toll on several major cities. Flint in particular has lost tens of thousands of jobs since the 1970s. The employees who remain live under the constant threat of losing their jobs due to outsourcing.
being argued is because it restricts the manufacturers on where to import their vehicles. By the
the United States it's outrageous. In the article ‘’That’s No Phone That’s My Tracker’’ it
Globalization allowed Mongolia to have easier access to vehicles. The author of the article spoke of cars lining the streets, and even having to wait during rush hour traffic. Cars allow the people to get around quicker and easier. The transportation of vehicles has allowed Mongolia
But given political realities, this particular issue has been intractable in Washington for several years now. At this time there are no enforceable protections – at the Federal Communications Commission or anywhere else – against even the worst forms of carrier discrimination against Internet traffic.” (Whitt & Counsel, 2010) This bid would provide google the ability to offer the most openly accessible network.
which had previously refused to do business in these areas are now the same ones that are
Commerce is able to regulate businesses that travel to other states to do businesses whether it is transporting of goods selling goods in other states than where they are franchised and more. They also have quite a bit of control over trucking transport companies that travel from state to state. There are several guidelines that they have in place to limit the amount of time drivers can be on the road, what types of mud flaps trucks have to have, and many more
A government of a country can restrict companies in doing what they would like to do. This can have a negative influence on its sales or even on its image. This happened to Philips in 2005, when it Philips America made a deal with Cuba to provide medical equipment (from Philips in the Netherlands) to the country, but they did not have the permission of the American government for this deal. So by making the deal, Philips broke the law and Philips Electronics North America Corporation was accused and had to pay a fine to the American government. After paying this fine Philips provided the needed equipment to Cuba, and that it would continue to do business with that country, but this time with the needed licenses.
Threat of entry is low because it requires large capital investments for a firm to startup and thus it can impede the entry of new firms into the industry. Lastly, it would be hard to break into the industry because the other firms already have economies to scale, are further along learning curve, and may have certain airspace leases that blocks out the new company from potential routes.
For example, Tata motors just acquired Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford Co. To gain success through these newly acquired companies they must fully understand the laws and regulations that United Kingdom practices. Tata Motors headquarters is located in Mumbai, India and is strictly controlled by the local government. The Indian government regulates operations of all dealerships. Regulations are different in every country. Tata Motors has manufacturing plants all over the world and have to be constantly watched for political change. The reason why Tata Motors is so successful in the international market is because its understanding of the countries economic situation, customer needs, and government regulations.