International Companies and Entrepreneurship
Small - and medium - enterprises
International entrepreneurship :
A combination of innovative , proactive, and risk-seeking behaviour that crosses national
borders and is intended to create wealth in org
Mexico is a country that has suffered for many years due to their struggling
infrastructure. The World Economic Forum, in their 2012-2013 Competiveness report, ranked
Mexico as 68th out of 144 countries in terms of overall competiveness of
Investment Trends in International Finance IB 368
Something brought in from a foreign country, especially for sale or trade.
the commercial activity of selling and shipping goods to a foreign country.
foreign exchange rate :
Investment Theory and International Transactions IB 368
Theory of international investment :
A company trades in an attempt to reach a market and its potential buyer
-mobility of capital
Theory of international investment- challenges :
-Tariffs imposed on
International Investments- Foreign Exchange Fundamentals - IB 368
What are Euromarkets? :
another name for international markets , generally means dealing outside the natural
market of the transaction. Always a primary market activity
What is the history
International Investments Foreign Exchange Basic Fundamentals
Rates, Risks, Factors, etc.
Factors that affect exchange rates? :
S&D for a country's currency, interest rates, inflation and investor confidence.
Risk Factors in International Investing E,C :
Intro to International investments Economic Basics Review
an economic philosophy based on the belief that (1) a nation's wealth depends on
accumulated treasure, usually precious metals such as gold and silver, and (2) to increase
Foreign Direct Investment Notes IB 368
Foreign Direct Investment :
Investment made by a foreign company in the economy of another country.
Multinational Enterprise :
A firm that has operations or subsidiaries in many countries
Outflows of FDI :
The flow o