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 GLOCALISATION IN A SUBSIDIARY CONTEXT A case study on ‘Levendary Café – the China Challenge’ Sidsel Skovly Green Pedersen CPR Valdemar Gaarn Rasmussen CPR Pages: 5 STU: 11.363 2nd of April 2014 Introduction – written by Sidsel Skovly Green Pedersen According to Thomas Friedmann globalization should be considered the integration of everything with everything else; more specifically the integration of markets, finance and technology in a way that makes the world smaller than it...

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A Joint Venture vs a Wholly Owned Subsidiary in a Foreign Country

WK#10, DQ2 Element 1: Under what conditions might a company prefer establishing a joint venture to a wholly owned subsidiary in a foreign country?  In Element 3, present an example of a company with a wholly-owned subsidiary and a joint venture in two different foreign markets.  Explain why the management team of this corporation chose each of the investment models. According to Ball et al. (2009), joint venture is defined as “A cooperative effort among two or more organizations that share...

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3M Case study

Strength : 1) Since 3M Co. holds its consistency in the industry for 80 years of operation, rendering good qualities of their products and services satisfying the needs of their customers and clients. 2) Taking risk in expanding of subsidiaries in the global market. Recruiting thousands of employees to be part of the company. Weaknesses: 1) No formal organizational chart was formulated in company. 2) Not advisable to put a word “ AUTONOMOUS” which is subject to its own laws or regulation...

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Question case study

Internationalization; expansion in China; standardization vs. adaptation; relationship HQ-subsidiary UD: 12/12/2012 Overview and Objectives: The case describes the establishment of Levendary Café’s subsidiary in China and its evolving relationship with its parent company during the first two years of its existence. It focuses in particular on the decisions and actions of Louis Chen, the founding president of the subsidiary as he tries to establish relations in China and to negotiate its relationships...

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Ifrs 10 vs Ias 27

control to identify wheteher an investor controls an investee and therefore must consolidate the investee Set out the accounting requirements for the preparation of CFS 3 KEY DEFINITIONS CFS • FS of a group of the parent and its subsidiaries presented as those of a single economic entity CONTROL ON INVESTEE • Investor control an investee when the investor is exposed PARENT • An entity that controls one or more entities POWER • Existing rights PROTECTIVE RIGHTS ...

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Goodwill by Tom Clendon

acquisition of a subsidiary. Traditional / Proportionate method The traditional measurement of goodwill on the acquisition of a subsidiary is the excess of the fair value of the consideration given by the parent over the parent’s share of the fair value of the net assets acquired. This method can be referred to as the proportionate method. It determines only the goodwill that is attributable to the parent company. Accordingly the NCI share of the net assets of the subsidiary determines the NCI...

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Multinational Consolidation and Currency Translation

Multinational consolidation and currency translation • Consolidated financial statement Consolidated financial statements are financial statements that factor the holding company's subsidiaries into its aggregated accounting figure. It is a representation of how the holding company is doing as a group. The consolidated accounts should provide a true and fair view of the financial and operating conditions of the group. Doing so typically requires a complex set of eliminating and consolidating...

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Business Economics: Questions and Answers

parent company concept, the writeup or writedown of the net assets of the subsidiary in the consolidated financial statements is restricted to the amount by which the cost of the investment is more or less than the book value of the net assets acquired. Noncontrolling interest in net assets is unaffected by such writeups or writedowns. The economic unit concept supports the writeup or writedown of the net assets of the subsidiary by an amount equal to the entire difference between the fair value and...

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walmart case

point for Bartlett and Ghoshal? 1. Universal model to treat your subsidiary: homogenization Either complete HQ control and no subs independence or complete independence. Universal response helps to deal with the coordination problem, but sometimes better to allow limited subs aut. 2. HQ-hierarchy syndrome: centralization Senior mangtemen views the organizaton as consisting of 2 levels (tension between HQ-subs.) Subsidiaries seen as units that “act as implementers and adapters of the global...

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amul

Finland; The company provides Internet services, including applications, games, music, media and messaging services, including free-of-charge digital map information and navigation services delivered through its wholly owned subsidiary . Its Nokia Solutions and Networks subsidiary provides telecommunications network equipment and services. As of 2013, Nokia employed 87,771 people across 120 countries, conducts sales in more than 150 countries and reported annual revenues of around €30 billion Nokia...

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