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    The Multinational Corporation

    Legal Operations in International Business

    Deliverable Length: 1250-1500 words Details: Lawsuits have been filed regarding the South American electronics plant takeover. Members of the local village brought the legal actions against the corporation in the United States. They claim the company is responsible under the tenets of international law. The corporation has f

    Multinational Firm Strategy

    Here is a question posed by my teacher that I'm really struggling with. Can you please help me with this? "The choice of strategy for a multinational firm to pursue must depend upon a comparison of the benefits of that strategy (in terms of value creation) with the costs of implementing that strategy (as defined by organizat

    International Finance - Interest Rates

    A U.S multinational corporation is considering a new project in Poland, which requires an initial investment of 700 million zloty. The project is expected to have profits of 400 million zloty in the first year of operations and 600 million zloty in the second year of operations. The current exchange rate is $0.35/zloty. The risk

    Johnson & Johnson in India

    Does free trade encourage pollution as corporations build factories and plants in countries with more lenient air and water pollution controls? Or does it encourage higher standards, as better controls and higher standards are brought in with the growing corporations? The CEO and COO in the USA hope to use your writing and ex

    Business Ethics Study Questions

    1. In a company, who is a stakeholder and who is a stockholder? Can they be the same? Give an example where they may be the same and where they may differ. How is a stakeholder view different from the stockholder view? Discuss the three uses of the stockholder view (descriptive, instrumental and normative models). 2.

    International Finance Assignment

    1. Capital Structure of MNCs: Present an argument in support of an MNC's favoring a debt intensive capital structure. Present an argument in support of an MNC's favoring an equity intensive capital structure.

    Cultural Barriers

    Sealwrap, a producer of plastics in the United States, is about to expand its business. As part of this expansion, they will begin to sell their products in Europe and Asia. In addition, they plan to open a plant in Asia. Jerry, the President and CEO, is concerned. He has heard many stories of companies that have tried to expand

    Legal and Ethical Decision-Making

    Scenario: GreatestColas is a U.S.-based multi-national corporation (MNC) with operations in the Americas, China, and Europe. As Director of Sales and Marketing, you have successfully led GreatestColas' North American division to record sales, both in terms of volume and revenue. You have surpassed all of the division's goals

    Legal and Ethical Decision-Making

    GreatestColas is a U.S.-based multi-national corporation (MNC) with operations in the Americas, China, and Europe. As Director of Sales and Marketing, you have successfully led GreatestColas' North American division to record sales, both in terms of volume and revenue. You have surpassed all of the division's goals in terms of g

    MULTINATIONAL COMPANY

    Select a multinational company and go to the firm's website in (at least) three different countries on different continents (e.g., Coca-Cola in the United States, Japan, and the United Kingdom). a) How does the Website design differ across these countries? b) Any similarities? c) Discuss what might be the underlying cultur

    Expanding Multinational Enterprise

    What are the various modes of entry for a multinational enterprise (MNC) to expand operations or sales to another country? Why would an MNC select one mode of entry over another?

    Transnational Corporation Balance Sheet

    Transnational Corporation Balance Sheet Current Liabilities $10,000,000 Long-Term Debt $18,000,000 Common stock (5,000,000 shares @ $1 par value) $5,000,000 Additional paid in capital

    Ethical Guidelines: Corporation

    Less than a dozen multinational media corporations control/dictate all aspects of radio, television, film, and book publishing. Research one of these corporations and review its website. Find the ethical guidelines for one of these corporations. Discuss three specific ways the corporation exhibits corporate responsibility

    Inquiries regarding international business

    In your very own words, based on your experience and education, respond to the following to help me to gain a better understanding.... A. What role does culture play in the formation of ethics? How do firms attempt to manage ethical behavior across borders? B Identify the major areas of social responsibility for global bu

    The philosophies that guide strategic management

    4 basic philosophies that guide strategic management include the home replication strategy, the multi-domestic strategy, the global strategy, and the transnational strategy. Can you discuss each of these strategies in your own words?

    International Business Strategies and Corporate Culture

    In your own words based on experience and understanding, please respond to the following: A) What are four basic philosophies that drive strategic management in most multi-national corporations (MNCs)? B) What are three basic differences between a domestic strategy and a global strategy? C) Why is a global matrix desi

    standardizing employee selection programs in multinational

    What challenges could arise from standardizing employee selection programs in a multinational orgaization? How are those management challenges similar to challenges encountered by organizations that accommodate employee diversity? provide examples.

    Financial Analysis

    1. Discuss the significance of the law of comparative advantage in international trade. Define a multinational corporation and explain its importance. 2. Explain the difference between the accept/reject decision and the ranking decision. 3. Discuss why might a firm choose a best efforts offering for an IPO?

    Corporations

    What is the best way for a multinational corporation to hedge against foreign currency risk?

    Country Risk analysis, mode of entry, economic powers

    1. What is country risk analysis? How is country risk analysis conducted? Is country risk analysis an effective tool in determining the desirability of establishing a manufacturing site or other mode of entry? 2. What are the various modes of entry for a multinational enterprise (MNC) to expand operations or sales to another

    Global Corporation

    Let me briefly describe to you a situation that is ongoing in Central America, particularly in Honduras, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. It has to do with a large American Fortune 500 company called H.B. Fuller. They usually make it into the 100 best companies to work for in America, and are spread out all over the world. Fuller m