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International business

Part 1:
In 2004, inward FDI accounted for some 24 percent of gross fixed capital formation in Ireland, but only 0.6 percent in Japan. What do you think explains this difference in FDI inflows into the two countries?

Part 2:
Use the globalEDGE (globaledge.msu.com) site to complete the following exercise:
The World Investment Report published annually by UNCTAD provides quick electronic access to comprehensive statistics on the operations of the largest transnational corporations. Gather a list of the top 10 non-financial transnational corporations from developing countries. Provide a summary of the countries and industries represented. Do you notice any common traits from your analysis?

Part 3: Welcome to week 5 of your course. This discussion question will help you prepare for your CLA2 paper. Read the CLA2 assignment listed in week 8 of the course in the Syllabus. Then, please provide an outline that itemizes the concepts that you will include in your CLA2 paper. Provide some brief details for each item that is outlined.

* this is the instructions for the CLA2 paper assignment. read this and make an outline for this paper.

Comprehensive Learning Assessment 2
In a 4 to 6 page APA formatted paper:
Read the Closing Case: Tesla, Inc – Subsidizing Tesla Automobiles Globally page 610 of the book.
Then, answer the following questions:
1. Should companies like Tesla rely on government subsidies in selling their cars since they are better for the environment than traditional cars based on the old technology of traditional combustion engines? Basically, should the environmental issues be built into the competitiveness of the car pricing of electrical cars, or should supply and demand
be the driver of the electrical cars prices?
2. Some governments are more likely to subsidize electric cars (and many other products) than other governments. Denmark took a stand to not subsidize (for now) electrical cars. Should such subsidies be up to each country or region in a country (e.g., California in the United States), or should there be a world standard enforced perhaps via the World Trade Organization, United Nations, or a similar organization?
3. Tesla made remarkable sales growthfrom a startup (albeit with great financing) to $7
billion in sales with some $25 billion in assets. Does this mean that the Tesla business model was good and the market reacted positively, government subsidies were generous, and the market favored the car brand because of it, or a combination?
4. If all government subsidies went away worldwide to electrical cars, will Tesla be as successful in five years as it is now? (Will Tesla even exist in 10 years?)

 

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