|1.||Critically evaluate the main features of the Asia-pacific international business;|
|2.||Evaluate the political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal (PESTEL) configurations that support trade and investment in Asia;|
|3.||Critically analyse the key decisions that multinational firms make in relation to the choice of markets and entry strategies in Asia;|
|4.||Cross-examine the different modes of engagement with Asian markets and explore the interconnectedness between these and PESTEL factors in which expanding companies operate; andexpanding companies operate; and|
|5.||Communicate effectively in oral and written forms using concepts of international business.|
|Case Study||Selected Case Studies’ Analysis (Individual)||30%|
|Report||Group Assignment: Asian Countries PESTEL Analysis (part A -20%); Entry Strategies and FDI for Selected Asian Countries (Part B -25%)||45%|
|Presentation||Group presentation based on Business Reports||25%|
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