Lobalisation , the World Economy and MNEs

ESSAY QUESTION: a) considering the conflicting objectives of the host government and foreign multinational enterprises (MNEs), discuss the positive and negative effects of FDI in emerging economies. b) Explain how the host government can regulate inward FDI. Use examples. br /
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Lobalisation , the World Economy and MNEs

ESSAY QUESTION: considering the conflicting objectives of the host government and foreign multinational enterprises (MNEs), discuss the negative effects of FDI in emerging economies. br /

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Lobalisation , the World Economy and MNEs

ESSAY QUESTION: Imagine that you are meeting with your superiors to discuss entering an emerging economy. Your boss has asked you to analyze a joint venture prospect. Why might you tell your boss that the joint venture is not a good idea? Discuss by comparing to other entry modes discussed in lectures 2 and 3 (e.g exporting, licensing, franchising, Greenfield investments and acquisitions). br /
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Lobalisation , the World Economy and MNEs

ESSAY QUESTION: Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) was one of Canadas largest companies in early 2008. br /
a. Summarize the options for foreign expansion that RIM had around that time? (e.g. do more, grow and expand, increase acquisitionsi??, and go globalbr /
b. Specify which market RIM should have targeted, and suggest an entry mode that RM could have used for the market. (entry mode options (lecture 3 attached) e.g. exporting, licensing, franchising, Greenfield investments and acquisitions). br /
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note i have attached a plan, the relevant lecture slides which need to be used for part b and an separate document with all the information required for part a