(Solution Download) The premier of the Canadian province of Quebec announced that


The premier of the Canadian province of Quebec announced that he was not ruling out the option of calling another referendum on whether Quebec should remain a part of Canada or become an independent country. Over the past 10 years, two such referenda have been held. In the last one, the pro-independence supporters lost by only 50,000 votes. Although these referenda have failed, the issues that led to them have not gone away.
1. What should White Goods do? Why?
2. If Quebec became an independent country, how might this event affect White Goods's operations in that country?
3. If White Goods decides not to expand its factory in Montreal, how will that affect the company's relations with the Quebec provincial government?
4. Why would the political uncertainty in Quebec hinder White Goods's ability to plan for the future?

 







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