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    New Horizon Optics - A Case Study in International Trade Policies & Law

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    A 5 page paper that presents a case study of New Horizon Optics, a fictitious U.S. optic transistor manufacturing company that is experiencing domestic market problems due to the dumping of Japanese transistors into the U.S. market. Discussed are the problems this dumping creates and a possible solution to this problem. Also included is a brief outline of the histories of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, or GAFF, the Uruguay Round agreement, and the World Trade Organization, or WTO, as well as the basic goals of each. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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    a possible solution to this problem. Also included is a brief outline of the histories of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, or GAFF, the Uruguay Round agreement,  and the World Trade Organization, or WTO, as well as the basic goals of each. Bibliography lists 5 sources. LCTrade.doc New Horizon Optics - A Case Study  in International Trade Policies & Law Written by Linda Canada 06/2000 Please I. The Problem  Defined Matt Salinger leaned back into the plush leather backrest of his executive chair as he waited for the remaining Corporate Director to enter the meeting area. Representatives of  the company branches in Los Angeles, California, Seattle, Washington and Syracuse, New York were already online and standing by, waiting for the Internet corporate meeting of New Horizon Optics to  begin. Matt frowned as he thought of the missing sector. The late connectivity of the Director from the Tampa, Florida branch, the companys newest addition, was characteristics of  the problems the corporation was experiencing with this new sector. When plans for its opening had been formulated in 1998, Matt had not foreseen the problems with export marketing  and international trade that New Horizon was now facing. Now, two years later, events in the foreign market had resulted in the Florida branch opening and operating with only  a fraction of the employees the company had originally intended to hire and an unforeseen surplus of on site inventory. Matt turned and surveyed the streets of downtown Dallas, Texas,  home of the New Horizon corporate headquarters, and thought of the immense success his company had enjoyed since its modest beginnings in 1988. Through his uncanny foresight and acute 

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