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Introduction to international business

Introduction to international business



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  • Need for International Business 2  Flow of ideas, services, and capital.  New choices  M&A  Mobility of labor, capital and technology  Employment opportunities
  • Types of International Business 3 Export-import trade Foreign direct investment Licensing Franchising Management contracts
  • The Smoot-Hawley Act  The the 1930’s, the U.S. passed the Smoot- Hawley Act, which raised import duties to reduce the volume of goods coming into the U.S.  The act was passed in the hope that it would restore domestic employment.  The result was a worldwide depression and the collapse of the world financial system. 4
  • The Current U.S. International Trade Position 5 Exports and Imports of Goods and Services per Capita for Selected Countries Country Exports per Capita Imports per Capita Australia Brazil China Japan Kenya United Kingdom United States $4,296 379 222 4,165 91 4,767 3,472 $4,525 428 199 3,622 125 5,500 4,962
  • Emerging market and international business  BRICS  Mena and Latin America  FDI
  • Why Companies Engage in International Business  To expand sales  Acquire resources  Minimize risk  To increase profit
  • International businesses and resistance to their activities  G-local phenomenon  Rules and procedures in all countries  National Sovereignty vs. Supranational Corporations
  • International Business: The Resource Wars  Finite resources and infinite consumption  Economic development  Changing living of standards  Wining race between developed and developing countries  Sustain consumption.
  • Risks Faced by International Businesses in Developing Countries  Political instability  Economic risk  Societal risk
  • Benefits of Foreign Investment to Target Countries  Import and export  Generating jobs  Technology and knowledge transfer  foreign currency  Foreign investment is more stable than fund inflow
  • The Role of Governments in Encouraging International Businesses  To bring expertise and develop particular sector  Allowing FDI  Admission into WTO
  •  Australia -Woolworths  Hong Kong -Mass Transit Railway (MTR)  India -Infosys Technologies  Indonesia -Astra International  Japan -Toyota Motor  Malaysia -Genting  Philippines -Jollibee Foods  Singapore -Singapore Airlines  South Korea -Samsung Electronics  Taiwan -Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing  Thailand -Charoen Pokphand Group (CP) ACNielsen International Research (Hong Kong)
  • 1. Infosys Technologies 2. Reliance Industries 3. Wipro 4. Hero Honda Motors 5. Dr. Reddy's Laboratories 6. Larsen & Toubro 7. Ranbaxy Laboratories 8. ITC 9. Cipla 10. ICICI India Top 10 Companies ranked for Overall Leadership are:
  • Name Roll No. Rohit Jadhav 16 Vaibhav Jangale 18 Prachi Jogle Nilesh Sargam Sandip Yadav 48