Chapter 20 Student P10

Chapter 20 Student P10 - Chapter20 FinancialManagementin

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Chapter 20 Financial Management in  the International Business
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Main Chapter Concepts How companies make investment decisions  about what activities the firm should finance. Factors that impact the firm’s financing  decisions about how to finance the firm’s  activities and the firm’s financial structure. The importance of efficient money  management and the techniques that  international businesses can use to cost- effectively manage their money.
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Scope of Financial Management Investment Decisions Financing Decisions Money Management Decisions
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Investment Decisions Capital budgeting quantifies the  benefits, costs and risks of an  investment. Used by managers to compare  different investment alternatives  within and across countries.
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Difficulties with Capital Budgeting for  International Projects: Must distinguish between cash flows  to project and those to parent
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course MGT 302 taught by Professor West during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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