• Strategy of Using Foreign Investors and Liscensees
    The Strategy of using Foreign Investors and Licensees: a Philippine Perspective • In a certain objectives, use foreign companies • Cooperation with a foreign company can provide a shortcut-attainment of certain goals at a lower cost and in much less time Certain risk or...
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  • Summary
    responsible for controlling that operation. 4. Where discrepancies between standards and performance occur, corrective action is initiated. Chapter 6 – THE STRATEGY OF USING FOREIGN INVESTORS AND LICENSES: a Philippine...
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  • The Strategy of Foreign Investors and Licensees: a Philippine Perspective
    6 – THE STRATEGY OF FOREIGN INVESTORS AND LICENSEES: A PHILIPPINE PERSPECTIVE “To a certain extent, the firms in the developing countries should think in terms of exploiting countries” Cooperation with a foreign company can provide a shortcut; it can permit the attainment of certain goals...
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  • Metro Bank
    institutions in the Philippines, which are Banco De Oro, Bank of the Philippine Islands and Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company. Banco De Oro has positioned to number one because it is engaging in advertisements using television, billboard and forms of promoting their new product and services to the...
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  • Vat Accounting
    regulatory framework with processes that do not pose undue risk for | | |foreign investors | The Philippine Example The Philippines is a recent entry into the...
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  • Internship Report on Ngo
    | | |foreign investors | The Philippine Example The Philippines is a recent entry into the market for ITES. The Philippine Board of Investment estimates that the ITES industry produced $349 million in revenues in 2001 (approx. 1...
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  • Family Conglomoreate
    intermediaries initially, such as import agents and sales subsidiaries, but they tend to assume the business themselves as they reach maturity. In the growth and maturity stages, FCs may become direct investors and increase their international holdings. Activities in foreign markets deepen, and major modes...
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  • Enviroment
    explanation for Prime Minister Mahathir’s decision in August 1998 to lock foreign investors into the Kuala Lumpur market was the pre-emption of a fire sale of Malay properties to Chinese entrepreneurs, following a prospective collapse of the ringit. According to this perspective, Mahathir gave priority...
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  • International business Plan for XP solutions
    after purchase.71 4.3.2. Branding strategy Specific labelling According to the Philippines trademark law, when XP Solutions entry the Philippines market, ‘XP Solutions’ as a foreign trademark should be registered at local government.72 There is no responsibility for the company to use the...
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  • Industry analysis
    collaboration with the various sectors to attain its visitor targets. Over the years tourism has been a top foreign exchange generator. Tourism investments endorsed by the Department to concerned agencies (i.e. Board of Investments, Philippine Economic Zone Authority, and LTFRB) reached over Php...
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  • Starbucks's International Strategy
    : Starbucks choose joint ventures, licenses and company-owned coprations as its most important foreign business strategy (Starbucks, 2008). As Bradley suggests that “international licensing arises when a firm...
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  • Vietnam Univestiy in Globalization
    -powered thermal electricity plants awarded by the government to foreign investors using the BOT approach, two other coal-fueled thermal power plants under negotiation with foreign investors to be transformed to BOT, and three power plant projects in the process or preparation of tendering using the...
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  • Future Prospects of 3G in Bangladesh
    to allocate one concession to state-run operators, three to private operators, and one to a new foreign entrant. But the scheduled September 2012 auction was put off again until 2013 due to the belated settlement of 2G license renewal. The 3G licensing delay, along with 4G licensing, might deter...
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  • 2012 - Eastern Asian Bond Market
    Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore) are highly integrated to world markets, and stock price movements are closely correlated to movements in major international markets. In the case of Indonesia and the Philippines, their stock markets have a high foreign investor base and tend to be more impacted by the...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment
    , and firm strategy. The opening case discusses General Electric’s changing perspective on the value of joint ventures as a market entry mode. In the past, General Electric has avoided joint ventures and the shared control they imply when entering foreign markets, but more recently, the company has...
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  • Management Beximco
    : • Customers • Suppliers • Local Community • Employees • Interest Group • Trade Associations • Educational Institutes • Investors • Owners • Local Government • Foreign Government...
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  • Strategic Management Paper on Maybank Philippines Inc.
    -tier corporations. Born in 1997, when Malaysia’s largest financial institution, Maybank Banking Berhad (Maybank) joined forces with Philippine National Bank, MPI is now a fully-owned foreign bank. At the time of its inception, MPI was the foreign bank to have established an extensive network of...
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  • The Business Model and Marketing Strategy of Aspen
    think it’s better for Aspen to modulate the market strategy. For each overseas office, we can have further negotiations with clients, without the sacrifice of losing potential business, about how deals can be closed using foreign currency, so that the sales tend to balance the expenses, and the risk...
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  • Bank Restructuring
    supervision, correct weaknesses in the legal, accounting and regulatory framework, and rehabilitate or resolve individual insolvent banks. The success or failure of systemic bank restructuring depends to a great extent on designing a comprehensive strategy that addresses all of these problems. The...
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  • For the Love of Minerals
    foreign investment in key sectors and called for foreign investment reforms…” One of the Bank’s recommendations that were tied to a proposed loan by the Philippines for an Economic Integration program in 1992 was for the government to exert efforts to attract more foreign investors and to expand the...
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