THE DOMINATING MULTINATIONAL    Omar Gereda  Enrique Montufar
Mats Forsgren                     Professor emeritus in International Business,                     Uppsala University. Pe...
FDI1960s - “In the USA, in particular, it became apparent that firms establishing their own operations overseas, which cam...
IMPSA es una empresa centenaria     dedicada a proveer soluciones   integrales para la generación deenergía eléctrica a pa...
Unidades de Negocios- Energías Renovables:            IMPSA Hydro, IMPSA Wind e  IMPSA Energy.- IMPSA Process:       Soluc...
Source: http://www.impsa.com/es/quienessomos/SitePages/Qui%C3%A9nes%20Somos.aspx
IMPSA – MARKET POWER http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
AMÉRICA DEL NORTE:                    AMÉRICA DEL SUR:CANADA                                COLOMBIAEEUU                  ...
ASIA:                                  EUROPA:INDIA                                  ANDORRACHINA                         ...
Centros de Produccion   IMPSA cuenta con 5 centros deproducción estratégicamente ubicados;    dos en Mendoza - Argentina, ...
Análisis de cifras consolidadas relevantes    http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
HYMERS VIEW ON THESOCIETAL ROLE OF THE MNCs“While national firms operate under the rights granted by a sovereign state, th...
Market Imperfection“El Gobierno de Argentina está estudiando las opciones disponibles para impulsar el desarrollo de una i...
Market Imperfection"no existe ninguna vinculación entre Impsa  y los funcionarios del gobierno  argentino ni venezolano má...
HYMERS VIEW ON THESOCIETAL ROLE OF THE MNCsDual character of FDIs:Instruments for transfering capital,● technology and org...
Competition“The key challenge in that the law   acts on a national level while       business is increasingly    internati...
HYMERS MULTINATIONAL         FIRM “ In the giant corporation of today, managers rule from thetops of skyscrapers; on a cle...
DeregMay 15 1987, News footage.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIy7Ncf-hk0
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEX HISTORY
CEMEXCEMEX is a global building materials companythat provides high quality products andreliable service to customers and ...
CEMEX Presence in more than 50 countries  worldwide. Annual production capacity of more than  96 million metric tons of ...
CEMEX 61 cement plants, 1,921 ready-mix  concrete facilities, and a minority  participation in 12 cement plants. 377 agg...
CEMEX Annual Sales: US$ 15.14 Billion. Operating EBITDA: US$ 2.33 Billion. Employees worldwide: 44.104. Annual product...
CEMEX MARKET POWER Cemex works according to the need in each  Market. Cemex have a Global Center for Technology  and Inn...
CEMEX MARKET POWERCEMEX offer to the customer innovative servicessuch as:24/7 LOAD.ATM-like Bulk Cement Dispatch System....
CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex create value for  the shareholders through a forward-   looking growth     strategy and   discipli...
CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex works thinking in a Sustainabledevelopment embedded in the corebusiness strategy and day-to-dayope...
CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex industry-best processes allow them to  satisfy the needs of the customers whileusing the optimal a...
CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex was founded in 1906, the firm has a big historyand recognition around the world, this facilitate t...
CEMEX SOCIETAL ROLECemex acquisitions
CEMEX SOCIETAL ROLECemex acquisitions
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  1. 1. THE DOMINATING MULTINATIONAL Omar Gereda Enrique Montufar
  2. 2. Mats Forsgren Professor emeritus in International Business, Uppsala University. Permanent visiting professor at LUISS University, Rome. Honorary doctor at Swedish Schoool of Economics, Helsinki 2004 Member of the editorial board of Journal of International Business Studies and Global Strategy Journal RESEARCH FOCUS: International business, foreign direct investment theory, theories of internationalization, managing the multinational firm and business network theory. EXPERT AREAS: Subsidiary-headquarter relationships and creation and transfer of innovations in the multinational firm. The role of the multinational firm in the society. PROJECTS: Transfer of Innovations in Multinationals (TIME). Entrepreneurship in Multinationals, both financed by Handelsbankens Forskningsstiftelser.http://www.mastermiex.com/node/226http://www.fek.uu.se/institutionen/person.asp?person=Mats%20Forsgren
  3. 3. FDI1960s - “In the USA, in particular, it became apparent that firms establishing their own operations overseas, which came to be labelled as Foreign Direct Investment had become a large and groing proportion of capital movement from the USA to other countries” (Mats Forsgen, 2008)
  4. 4. IMPSA es una empresa centenaria dedicada a proveer soluciones integrales para la generación deenergía eléctrica a partir de recursosrenovables, equipos para la industria de procesos y servicios ambientales. Source: http://www.impsa.com/es/quienessomos/SitePages/Qui%C3%A9nes %20Somos.aspx
  5. 5. Unidades de Negocios- Energías Renovables: IMPSA Hydro, IMPSA Wind e IMPSA Energy.- IMPSA Process: Soluciones integradas de ingeniería, equipamientos, sistemas y servicios para las industrias de Petróleo y Gas desde su extracción hasta su procesamiento final.- IMPSA Servicios Ambientales: Las soluciones provistas por IMPSA enfatizan la seguridad de operación orientada hacia la preservación del medio ambiente.http://www.impsa.com/es/ipo/Balance%20ao%202011/IMPSA%20-%20Financial %20Statements%20FY2011.pdf
  6. 6. Source: http://www.impsa.com/es/quienessomos/SitePages/Qui%C3%A9nes%20Somos.aspx
  7. 7. IMPSA – MARKET POWER http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
  8. 8. AMÉRICA DEL NORTE: AMÉRICA DEL SUR:CANADA COLOMBIAEEUU VENEZUELA ECUADORAMÉRICA CENTRAL: PERUHONDURAS BRASILNICARAGUA PARAGUAYCOSTA RICA URUGUAY ARGENTINA CHILE http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
  9. 9. ASIA: EUROPA:INDIA ANDORRACHINA REPÚBLICA CHECATAIWAN ESLOVAQUIAMALASIA ITALIAINDONESIA NORUEGAFILIPINAS MACEDONIATAILANDIA ÁFRICA: MALAWI http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
  10. 10. Centros de Produccion IMPSA cuenta con 5 centros deproducción estratégicamente ubicados; dos en Mendoza - Argentina, dos en Pernambuco - Brasil y en Lumut - Malasia. http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
  11. 11. Análisis de cifras consolidadas relevantes http://www.impsa.com/es/presencia/SitePages/Presencia.aspx
  12. 12. HYMERS VIEW ON THESOCIETAL ROLE OF THE MNCs“While national firms operate under the rights granted by a sovereign state, the multinational is a social and political (power) structure...such powerful enterprises cannot be analysed by economics alone” (Hymer 1971, p.140)
  13. 13. Market Imperfection“El Gobierno de Argentina está estudiando las opciones disponibles para impulsar el desarrollo de una industria de equipos de energía eólica, indicó a BNamericas Rubén Sánchez, director comercial de energía eólica de Impsa para Latinoamérica.”(March 7th, 2012)http://www.bnamericas.com/news/energiaelectrica/gobierno-evalua-opciones-para- fabricacion-de-equipos-eolicos-segun-impsa
  14. 14. Market Imperfection"no existe ninguna vinculación entre Impsa y los funcionarios del gobierno argentino ni venezolano más allá de la relación formal gobierno-empresa y rechazamos cualquier insinuación, como la ha habido, de que esta relación podría tener algún otro fin".http://www.ambitoenergetico.com.ar/enegia-electrica/315-impsa-se- despego-de-las-inversiones-cuestionadas.html
  15. 15. HYMERS VIEW ON THESOCIETAL ROLE OF THE MNCsDual character of FDIs:Instruments for transfering capital,● technology and organizational skill across borders.Instruments for restraining competitions● between firms in different nations.(Hymer 1970)
  16. 16. Competition“The key challenge in that the law acts on a national level while business is increasingly international” Forsgren, Mats (2008)Forsgren, Mats (2008) Theories of the multinational firm:  A multidimensional creature in the global economy, P 24. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK.
  17. 17. HYMERS MULTINATIONAL FIRM “ In the giant corporation of today, managers rule from thetops of skyscrapers; on a clear day, they can almost se the world” (Hymer 1970, p445)
  18. 18. DeregMay 15 1987, News footage.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIy7Ncf-hk0
  19. 19. CEMEX HISTORY
  20. 20. CEMEX HISTORY
  21. 21. CEMEX HISTORY
  22. 22. CEMEX HISTORY
  23. 23. CEMEX HISTORY
  24. 24. CEMEX HISTORY
  25. 25. CEMEX HISTORY
  26. 26. CEMEX HISTORY
  27. 27. CEMEXCEMEX is a global building materials companythat provides high quality products andreliable service to customers and communitiesthroughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, theMiddle East, and Asia. The operations network produces, distributes,and markets cement, ready-mix concrete,aggregates, and related building materials inmore than 50 countries, and we maintain traderelationships in approximately 102 nations.
  28. 28. CEMEX Presence in more than 50 countries worldwide. Annual production capacity of more than 96 million metric tons of cement. Annual production levels of approximately 55 million cubic meters of ready-mix concrete and more than 160 million metric tons of aggregates.
  29. 29. CEMEX 61 cement plants, 1,921 ready-mix concrete facilities, and a minority participation in 12 cement plants. 377 aggregates quarries, 226 land- distribution centers, and 70 marine terminals.
  30. 30. CEMEX Annual Sales: US$ 15.14 Billion. Operating EBITDA: US$ 2.33 Billion. Employees worldwide: 44.104. Annual productions levels: Aggregates – 160M tons concrete -55 M3.
  31. 31. CEMEX MARKET POWER Cemex works according to the need in each Market. Cemex have a Global Center for Technology and Innovation in Switzerland. This laboratory has a unique and broad range of investigation tools and novel in-house testing methods that are available to the CEMEX community. This research center has considerable expertise in different areas such as: new and enhanced construction materials; sustainable construction; cementitious materials; concrete and mortar products; admixture formulations; and aggregates.
  32. 32. CEMEX MARKET POWERCEMEX offer to the customer innovative servicessuch as:24/7 LOAD.ATM-like Bulk Cement Dispatch System.Construrama.Customer-oriented Educational and TrainingServices.Construction Financing Services.Mobile Solutions.Online Services.Service Centers.Smart Silo.
  33. 33. CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex create value for the shareholders through a forward- looking growth strategy and disciplined fund allocation.
  34. 34. CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex works thinking in a Sustainabledevelopment embedded in the corebusiness strategy and day-to-dayoperations.Cemex seek to build a smarter worldthrough a simple and focused modelthat follows three main lines ofaction:1.Enhancing the Value Creation.2.Managing the Footprint.3.Engaging the Stakeholders
  35. 35. CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex industry-best processes allow them to satisfy the needs of the customers whileusing the optimal amount of resources, thuscreating the most value. The firm constantly seek to improve its performance as an efficient, agile, and innovative company by identifying, sharing, and implementing best practices across their global network of plants and facilities.
  36. 36. CEMEX MARKET POWERCemex was founded in 1906, the firm has a big historyand recognition around the world, this facilitate the entrance to new markets.
  37. 37. CEMEX SOCIETAL ROLECemex acquisitions
  38. 38. CEMEX SOCIETAL ROLECemex acquisitions
  39. 39. Thank You!

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