Describe the purpose for the following component of a business plan: Cover Letter

You want to use the letter to make a good first impression. Take the time to refine it until you are satisfied it expresses the two or three most important things you want the reader to remember about your company. [ You also want the letter to show your enthusiasm for your venture.
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how does economic forces factor into conducting business in global markets.
User: how does economic forces fator into conducting business in global marekts? **Weegy:** A good economy means good business to businessman. When a businessman sense a good opportunity in other country he would invest and try to do business in that country. **User:** how does legal forces factor into conducting business in global markets? **Weegy:** Political (and legal) forces, Economic forces, Sociocultural forces, [ and Technological forces- Political Factors * Monopolies legislation * Environmental protection laws * Taxation policy * Employment laws * Government policy * Legislation Political support is an influencing factor in developing business overseas as this is not only important at host country but the originating country as well. Political factors affect our overall strategy in terms of business set up such as lower taxation and governing/ administrative support, government support to tourism industry, other globalization factors etc. We also need to have our supporting mechanism such as insurance to cover the lawsuit and other legal implications. Economic Factors * Monopolies legislation * Environmental protection laws * Taxation policy * Employment laws * Government policy * Legislation Economy is another important consideration in any business plan. ] (More)

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Convert to a mixed number
89/6 **Weegy:** 89 ÷ 6 = 14 with a remainder of 5. Thus, 89/6 = 14 5/6. **User:** Convert to an improper fraction
14 1/8 **Weegy:** 14 1/8 converted to improper fraction is 113/8. **User:** Convert to lowest terms.
18/66 **Weegy:** 18/66 converted to lowest term is 3/11. (More)

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Convert to lowest terms.
18/66 User: Convert to higher terms
8/9 = 96/? **Weegy:** Cross multiply
(8/9) = (96/X)
multiply the numerator of one by the denominator of the other and vice versa.
you would end up with (9*96) = 8X
864 = 8X
(864/8) = X
108 = X
Therefore, 8/9 = 96/108.
Hope that helps! **User:** Find LCD :
1/8 + 1/4 + 1/3 + 1/6 **Weegy:** The first number that appears in ALL lists is 24. So the answer is 24 **User:** Convert to an improper fraction
9 1/8
**Weegy:** That is 72/8 **User:** Convert to higher terms
7/19 = ?/114 **Weegy:** The last answer should have been 73/8 **User:** ok, thank you Convert to higher terms
7/19 = ?/114 **Weegy:** The answer is 42. **User:** Convert to proper fraction or mixed number (do not reduce to lowest terms)
.8 **Weegy:** .8 is 8/10 when converted to a proper fraction not reduced to lwest terms (More)

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Convert to proper fraction or mixed number (do not reduce to lowest terms)
.8 **Weegy:** The answer is 8/10 **User:** Convert to proper fraction or mixed number (do not reduce to lowest terms)
5.27 **Weegy:** The answe is 5 27/100 (More)

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Convert fraction to decimal (or mixed decimals and round to nearest hundredth)
5/7 **Weegy:** 5/7 written as a decimal is 0.71 **User:** Convert fraction to decimal (or mixed decimal and round to nearest hundredth)
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13 6/7 = 13.86 rounded to the nearest hundredth.

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