Foreign direct investment would be the most effective approach if a firm needs

Foreign direct investment would be the most effective

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Foreign direct investment would be the most effective approach if a firm needs to maintain tight control over a foreign operation, and there is reason to believe that additional costs through transportation or tariffs would be high. Whereas none of the other strategies would give better results in this circumstance. Foreign direct investment would be the most effective approach if a firm's competitive advantage comes from skills and capacities that may be difficult to transfer or protect, and there are reasons to believe that additional costs through transportation or tariffs would be high. Whereas the remaining strategies would not be as effective as the foreign direct investment. When a parent company gives right to another company to conduct business using their name and products in a prescribed manner under strict guidelines Question 4 options: Licensing Franchising Free trade Direct Investment
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In a communist economic system: Question 5 options: Major means of production are placed in the hands of the people. Supply and demand drives prices. Most of the means of production are owned by private individuals. No private ownership of property is allowed. This type of organization has its management headquarters in one (or rarely more than one) country, the home country, while also operating in other countries, the host countries Question 6 options: Foreign enterprise Multi-national enterprise International Export Business Global franchise In this economy, participants determine what products are produced, how, when and where they are made, to whom they are offered, and at what price—all based on supply and demand. Question 7 options: Emerging
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Government Free-market Socialist This index score is derived by subtracting the percentage of workers who say their employers are 'firing' from the percentage of workers who say their employers are 'hiring'. Question 8 options: Job Creation Index Unemployment Index Labor Index Consumer price index The Ford Motor company builds a $1.5 billion new plant in Guanajuato, Mexico. This is an example of what type of investment? Question 9 options: Brownfield investment A brownfield investment is the investment when a company /government/entity 1. rents or purchases existing production facilities 2. to launch the new product introduction . Greenfield investment A green-field (also "greenfield") investment is a type of foreign direct
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investment (FDI) in which a parent company creates a subsidiary in a different country, building its operations from the ground up. In addition to the construction of new production facilities, these projects can also include the building of new distribution hubs, offices, and living quarters. Greenfield investment is type of investment in which there was no need to update or remodel the existing structure. It will be build as a wholly new plant.
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