The Global Finance Environment
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The paper discusses how, with the growth of globalization, global financing has become an important source for world trade and incentive for foreign investment. The paper explores the risks associated with global investing that are financial as well as cultural. The paper emphasizes the importance of the global financial environment in that it affects even national firms.
From the Paper:"Globalization refers to the economic integration of goods, services and financial markets to offer opportunities and challenges for governments, businesses, and individuals (Suk, Seung and Kenneth 2006). Today, businesses do not only have operations in various countries of the world but need to have bases in them to be able to remain competitive. Integration has given way to opportunities for competition. As technologies break down communication and transportation barriers, countries of the world are finding exploiting the opportunities for expansion easier."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Suk, H. K., Seung, H. K. and Kenneth, A. K. (2006). Global Corporate Finance: Text and Cases. Blackwell Publishers; 5th edition.
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The Global Finance Environment (2008, September 25) Retrieved October 14, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/the-global-finance-environment-108170/
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