Chap 19 - fdi vs export import

Chap 19 - fdi vs export import - FDI vs Export / Import...

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© 2007 Robert Sweo FDI vs Export / Import
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© 2007 Robert Sweo Why Export To serve markets where you have no production To remain price competitive at home To test foreign markets inexpensively To offset domestic cyclical sales To respond to foreign competitors To improve efficiency of manufacturing
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© 2007 Robert Sweo Export Assistance Exporting is hard. You will need help. Get it from: - Market Access and Compliance (MAC) specialists people who study different countries’s rules and help setup exporting paperwork. - Trade Development Office You can give them your brochures and they sent them to the countries;s trade dvelp office. Just in case someone from that country wants to look at your product (very inneffective/) - US Commercial Services (USCS) Government trying to help, counsselos try to help you. They get Ceo’s together to meet the other ceo’s from the other country. -
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