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Chapter17 - CHAPTER 17 International Business Finance...

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Chapter 17 - Page 1 CHAPTER 17 International Business Finance Multiple Choice: Conceptual International operations motivation Answer: e Diff: E 1. Which of the following are reasons why companies move into international operations? a. To take advantage of lower production costs in regions of inexpensive labor. b. To develop new markets for their finished products. c. To better serve their primary customers. d. Because important raw materials are located abroad. e. All of the above. Multinational financial management Answer: e Diff: E 2. Multinational financial management requires that Currency depreciation 3. If the inflation rate in the United States is greater than the inflation rate in Sweden, other things held constant, the Swedish currency will
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Chapter 17 - Page 2 International bond markets