In What Ways Can Organized Labor Constrain the Strategic Choices of an International Business? How Can an International Business Limit These Constraints?

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RABNB03 – Buddhika Ranasinghe
SAHCB91 – Himal Samarasekara
RAMAB03 – Manuri Rajapaksha
SEGAD11 – Gajan Selvaraja
Global financial Crisis effects on Sri Lanka and global economy.

Table of Contents

1.0 Introduction4
2.0 How the global financial crisis impact on Sri Lanka?5
2.1 The financial climate in the period of financial instability5
2.2 The impact on regulatory environment8
2.2.1 Lender of last resort8
2.2.2 Investor of last resort8
2.2.3 High Financial regulations8
2.2.4 Economic trade regulations9
2.2.5 Appropriating the Sri Lanka’s Economic resources9
2.3 Impact onKey players within theindustryof Sri Lanka9
2.3.1 Reduce the Tourism9
2.3.2 Reduce the Agriculture industry10
2.3.3 Reduce the Textiles industry10
2.3.4 Shortage of the products10
2.3.5 Waste of resources11
2.4 The legal and political environment.11
2.5 Key international competitors.12
2.6 impact on the managerial and labor environment15
3.0 Global financial crisis effect on global economy16
3.1 The financial climate16
3.2 Impact on regulatory environment18
3.2.1 Lender of last resort18
3.2.2 Investor of last resort18
3.2.3 High Financial regulations19
3.2.4 Economic trade regulations19
3.3 impact on key players within the industry19
3.3.1 Reduce the Tourism19
3.3.2 Reduce the Agriculture industry19
3.3.3 Reduce the Textiles industry20
3.3.4 Shortage of the products21
3.4 The legal and political environment21
3.5 Key international competitors.22
3.6 The managerial and labor environment23
4.0Conclusion24
5.0 Reference List25

1.0 Introduction

This report begins by defining what a...
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