Global Business Enterprise in Egypt

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Essay #: 051939
Total text length is 15,557 characters (approximately 10.7 pages).

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Global Business Enterprise in Egypt
Introduction
This report will identify a major business opportunity in and for Egypt, i.e. that of outsourced pipeline protection services, and detail the factors that make the opportunity viable. The report will not only consider country factors that support the opportunity but will also conduct a risk management overview of the opportunity. The conclusion is that, for Egypt, the opportunity far outweighs the risk, so the project of outsourced pipeline protection services is worth pursuing.
Background
Egypt is a major exporter of natural gas, a resource of increasing value and importance in the fossil fuel economy. Studebaker (2005) explains that natural gas is used by over 50% of American homes and is...
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