As firms attempt to internationalize, they may be tempted to locate their facilities where business regulation laws are lax. Discuss the advantages and potential risks of such an approach, using specific examples to support your response.
Firms may be tempted to locate their facilities where business regulations are lax, as they expand internationally. Low cost markets (those with lower regulations levels tend to be lower cost for corporations) aid companies in developing a competitive advantage. It can also give the companies better access to raw ...
This solution discusses the advantages and risks of locating facilities internationally, and gives specific examples.