Courses Business in Emerging Countries

EENI- School of International Business

Area of Knowledge: Doing Business in India, China, Russia, Asia, Europe, and Africa

Study Methodology

The courses “Doing Business in Asia, Africa, America, Europe, and the Middle East” are courses of short duration directed to offer a global vision regarding the economy of the regional markets and business opportunities.

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The objectives of the courses “Doing Business in” are:

  1. To learn to do business in the countries of the particular region of study.
  2. To understand the importance of the Free Trade Agreements that affect the region.
  3. To analyse the foreign direct investment in the main focuses of investment.

These courses are recommended for all those that want to specialise or refresh their knowledge in all the aspects related to do business in a specific region such as South America, China, India, and the Middle East.

  1. It is unnecessary to have prior studies. However, depending on the course; it is recommendable to have basic knowledge of international trade.
  2. Each course contains exercises that are to be evaluated and that the student must complete and pass to obtain their respective diploma.
  3. Students who have completed courses in this category can validate them and register in a postgraduate or master at EENI.
Courses Business in Asia Weeks
Course doing business in China
Chinese economy, logistics, customs, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Chinese companies, and Confucianism
Course doing business in India
Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Bangalore, TATA, Hinduism.
Diploma in Doing Business in Southeast Asia
ASEAN, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand.
Course doing business in Oceania
Australia, New Zealand, Papua.
Course doing business in Central Eurasia
Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), Turkey, Iran, Pakistan.

Courses business in Europe Weeks
Course doing business in Russia 7

Courses Business in Africa Weeks
Course doing business in West Africa
Economic Community of West African States, Senegal, Nigeria.
Course doing business in Central Africa
CEEAC, CEMAC, Angola, Cameroon, Gabon...
Course doing business in Southern Africa
Southern Africa development community, South Africa, Botswana.
Course doing business in East Africa
Intergovernmental Authority on Development, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia.
Courses Doing Business in America Weeks
Course doing business in South America
MERCOSUR, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay.
Course doing business in Brazil
Brazilian Economy, São Paulo, Espiritu Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio.
Course doing business in the Andean Community countries
Andean Community, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia.
Course doing business in Mexico 9
Course doing business in Central America
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, the Dominican Republic.
Course doing business in North America
The United States, Canada, Mexico, NAFTA
Course doing business in the United States
Miami-Florida, New, York, California.
Diploma in Economy and Integration in Latin America. 8

Courses Business in the MENA region - Middle East and North of Africa Weeks
Course doing business in the Maghreb
Arab Maghreb Union, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia.
Course: Doing Business in the Middle East
Institutions and Agreements, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Kuwait.

Market Access Tool:
Market Access

The Area of Knowledge “Doing Business in” is designed to allow students to know, in a practical way, the reality of a country. They are available in several languages; usually, the language of study corresponds to the language of the country.

For example:

  1. The subject “Foreign Trade and Doing Business in Argentina” is studied in Spanish, although in this case, is also available in English.
  2. The subject “Foreign Trade and Doing Business in Vietnam,” for example, is only available in English.
  3. The subject “Business in Cameroon” is in available in English or French.

Topics covered (“Doing Business in”) are:

  1. The economy of the country
  2. The Foreign trade (exports and imports, business partners, Trade Agreements)
  3. The major players in the market. We analysed cases of local companies that help students better understand how to do business in the country and its corporate culture.

Examples of subjects (learning units) of Doing Business in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese:


Doing Business in Senegal

Business Guangzhou Canton

Doing Business in Gujarat (India)

Business Rio de Janeiro

Carlos Slim Mexican Businessman

Alhaji Aliko Dangote Nigerian Businessman

Vladimir Potanin Russian Businessman

The future success of many companies is becoming more dependent on effectively developing and expanding markets in new emerging and partially developed countries. Few companies, however, know how to do it well, if at all. Their success rate is low, while the cost of failure remains high. Given the importance of Emerging Markets in the global economy, the student has specific subjects (learning units) on these markets.

The student has some subjects (learning units) on the main Emerging Markets as well as important cities and strategic regions (New York, Miami, Los Angeles, São Paulo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Gujarat).

Summary of available subjects (learning units) -you can click on each continent to see the available countries-

  1. Doing Business in America: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, or Panama
  2. Doing Business in ASIA: China, India, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Iran, the Philippines, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, South Korea, Taiwan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, or Sri Lanka
  3. Doing Business in Africa and the MENA countries: Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Tanzania, Botswana, Morocco, Egypt, Dubai United Arab Emirates (UAE), or Saudi Arabia
  4. Doing Business in Europe: Russia, Turkey.

These subjects (learning units) are highly practical and based on real information. The sources of information (institutional issues, foreign direct investment (FDI), customs...) are usually the Ministries, Agencies, Chamber of Commerce, Trade Unions... of these countries.

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