Each week students were provided with three tutorial questions of varying degrees of difficulty. These tutorial questions are available in the Tutorial Folder for each week on Blackboard. The Interactive Tutorials are designed to assist students with the process, skills and knowledge to
answer the provided tutorial questions. Your task is to answer a selection of pre-recorded tutorial questions for weeks 2 to 6 inclusive and submit these answers via the submission link in Blackboard site in a single word document.
Q1 Assume you work for a Norwegian company exporting a container of salmon to Azerbaijan or Haiti. The customs official informs you that there is a delay in clearing your container through customs, and it may last a month. However, if you are willing to pay an “expediting fee” of €200, he will try to make it happen in one day. What are you going to do?
Q2 You are the PR officer of a major MNE in the chemicals industry. The national press in your home country alleges that your company is covering up an environmental disaster caused by your subsidiary in India, in which several people died. How do you react?
Q3 Some trade unions fear that the free movement of people depresses wages of ordinary workers because immigrants from other European countries are willing to work for lower wages. Should the free movement of people thus be restricted for some countries, or for certain time periods?
Q4 You are an IMF official going to a country whose export earnings are not able to pay for imports. The government has requested a loan from the IMF. Which areas would you recommend the government to cut: (1) education, (2) salaries for officials, (3) food subsidies, and/or (4) tax rebates for exporters?
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