Export China Thailand

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Opportunities to choose the United States as an export country are the growth of the population, the high GDP per capita and the location of our target group. But the biggest opportunity is the increasing popularity of Asian food and the growth of the amount of Asian restaurant that comes with it.
On the other hand there are some threats when exporting to the U.S. The exchange rate of the U.S. dollar, cultural differences and the required visa you need for visiting the U.S.

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Chapter 1

Introduction

We have chosen to import Asian Gastronomy Interior from China and Thailand, and export these Interior to the United States and Australia. We selected China, Thailand and India as importing countries, because of the low production costs in these countries, and there are no better countries to produce Asian Gastronomy Interior than Asian countries themselves.
We want to export to the United States and Australia, because both of them are countries within many different cultures can be found, no language barriers will occur, and finally, Asian style is very/ becomes more and more popular in the catering industry.

We have deliberately not chosen for food and clothing, because food is very perishable and in the clothing industry, there is too much competition.
The report firstly includes the research set-up, in which we formulate our company’s problem, the objective, central question with accompanying research/sub-questions and the used research methods.

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