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Strategic Management (MGT680-1503D-01) American InterContinental University Portion of Unit 5 Group Project (draft) The relationship status between the United States and India The United States and India have maintained a business relationship for many years. The American Chamber of Commerce in India has improved commercial ties with the economy. The Chairman of the U.S. India Energy Cooperation Program (ECP) has worked hard to assist in the development of international business between the U.S. and India. Expanding commercial ties will increase international business revenue by 17 percent. ToolsCorp Corporation is a productive company that pursues to achieving its financial goals within the international business sector. It is critical to develop an understanding of the economic sector in India. Demographics, infrastructure and gender can affect the business operation with India, Developing a full blown business for ToolsCorp can allow for a higher success rate within the global marketplace. India has a fast growing economy. There are many perspectives on India and why it is a power move to conduct international business operations within India. India’s values, heritage, and core strengths reflects that of the United States. India has population that increase 5 percent each year (Bosch in India, 2015). India also has one of the largest political systems within the global business world. Technology within India is advancing at a rapid rate. The food processing infrastructures are steadily improving farming operations in India. Regional and Econimic Integration plays an important role on business development within India. The world is rapidly changing from a transatlantic century to a transpacific century that can affect future economic growth (Bosch in India, 2015). Increases economic openness across South Asia, also between…...

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