World situation is undergoing serious and infrastructural changes-Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says the bullying era in the world has ended, calling on all countries to contribute to global management.

In a meeting with Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni on Monday, Mottaki said the world situation is undergoing serious and infrastructural changes, reported the IRIB on its website.

The top Iranian diplomat pointed to growing mutual relations in political, cultural and international fields following the independence of Bangladesh in December 1971, saying, “Officials and nations of the two countries are resolute to promote Tehran-Dhaka ties.”

He added that the two countries should tap into their potentialities to further strengthen bilateral cooperation.

The top Iranian diplomat said the current visit by his Bangladesh opposite number will open a new chapter in mutual relations.

Moni, for her part, expressed her country’s readiness to boost relations with Iran in all fields and called for upgrading the level of cooperation in trade, energy and joint venture.

She said Tehran and Dhaka have constructive cooperation in the international arena and share common ground on many regional issues.

The Bangladesh minister also voiced her country’s opposition to nuclear arms and weapons of mass destruction, emphasizing that Dhaka believes all countries including the Islamic Republic of Iran have the right to use nuclear energy for peaceful applications.

During the meeting held on the fringes of the 9th ministerial meeting of the Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), Mottaki and Moni stressed the importance of promoting convergence in Asia.

The ACD is a continent-wide forum created in 2002 which aims to promote cooperation among Asian countries and help integrate other regional cooperation organizations.
What Is Global Management?
Global Management is a capability that multinational businesses value and need in the international marketplace. Companies that operate across international borders need executives and managers who understand cross-cultural customs and business practices and how to promote efficiency and optimize profitability in a global environment.

Global Management goes beyond how to organize and run a business. It also includes how to operate it in today’s business world where many corporations work across international borders.

Global Management: Needs of Companies in the International Marketplace
Many corporations purchase supplies or sell products in other countries. They may have subsidiary companies that operate exclusively in a foreign country. Many companies have call centers located in other countries. Global Management techniques are needed in order to operate under these conditions. Some of the problems with which a global manager deals may include:

Obtaining appropriate permits to operate a business in another country
Securing the right to sell a product in another country, in compliance with that country’s laws
Complying with the rules for foreigners working in other countries
Understanding the employment laws of other countries
Managing international tax consequences of importing and exporting goods and services
Understanding the business culture of other countries
Understanding the social customs of other countries
Determining international branding and advertising needs
Educational Development for Global Management
More and more companies are looking for people with experience or training in Global Management. People who work in international management may have some of the following qualifications:

Knowledge of one or more foreign languages
Work experience in a foreign country
Understanding of social and business customs in other countries
Advanced business degrees with emphasis on international business operations
According to the Wall Street Journal, business schools are recognizing these needs by providing more training for those who may work in international management. Many business schools actively recruit students from other countries so that students can interact with people from other cultures. Many business schools incorporate study or work in foreign locations for students who want to learn about Global Management firsthand.