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The cost of this source will be interest payable, some additional administration fees and bank services. The sources that are not suitable for this working capital venture capitalist because it is usually for small business, venture capitalists have sometimes limited funds; and factoring or invoice discounting it may be too costly for the business. b) Land and building at Hamryia. • Leasing since again it will be located at free zone place the rent will be cheaper so over a long period of time as it is a manufacture the company can own the building depending on the agreement. The cost of this source will be interest payable, some additional administration fees and bank services.
Market imperfection theory: Companies are always looking for opportunities to capitalize on what they can offer, which are not being offered by another indigenous company. Each one advantage a company has to its advantage is explained and justified by an imperfection found in a foreign market. This theory doesn’t tell us why foreign production is viewed as the most favoured means if harnessing a company’s advantage. International Production theory: Buckley suggests that, ‘a company may locate itself in a foreign country is the advantages and resource implications outweigh those available indigenously.’ (Morgan. E, Katsikeas S. Pg: 70) This theory also suggests that foreign governments play a role when companies are making the decision in moving
The economic data impact on FDI and export on economic growth is Asian developing countries (Pakistan, China, India and Indonesia) needs to be analyzed and evaluated in that scenario. The research identifies that because of low levels of saving and investment of developing countries, the most important effect of FDI is the significant flow of FDI which is creating a market of domestic and international goods being a need of developing countries. The FDI takes various forms and enter into different sectors of an economy. Now this study finds, that the FDI increases the economic growth of developing countries through its investment by Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) are as important determinates as its
The outcome exposed that manufacturing yield and growth has a weighty correlation with the advancement of the gross domestic product (GDP) of any economy. This therefore implies that the manufacturing subdivision has a key role in the growth accomplishment of any economy and that it is branded by the presence of growing returns of scale. Also, increase in manufacturing productivity and growth rate would inevitably indicate to the expansion in the progression rate of gross domestic product (GDP). Furthermore, business performance has a tendency to be the definitive goal of putting innovation into operation and the utilization of objective or subjective performance markers such as sales, profits and return on investments. The values fashioned by innovation has revealed new methods of undertaking activities and also exonerating better ways of improving or developing new processes and products, which help to increase shareholder wealth and profits.
As the foreign financier one can get assess incentives in tax that will be helpful in the chose field of business (Kinda, 2010). Disadvantage of FDI in Developing Nation Negative effect on investment of country The guidelines representing foreign exchange rates plus direct investment could negatively affect financial spending of a nation. Investment might be not allowed in a number of foreign markets, which implies that it is difficult to lead an enticing opportunity (Kinda, 2010). The costs of things are quite high on exports good due to FDI. As a result, it is very important to arrange enough money in order to set up own procedure.
This is because supporting industries are able to produce ideas or materials that are necessary for a new method and personalisation to the company. The surrounding industries are able to deliver cost effective ideas or products and aid the other companies involved in the chain to innovate. In the German automotive industry, there are a high number of suppliers and related industries therefore there is a high amount of international competitiveness. Industries that are related or are supporting benefit firms as it creates innovation that helps organizations to produce in a cost-efficient manner. Also, if one industry is successful, it can influence the growth of other industries.
Economic diversification has been regarded as a major tool and source of sustainable economic growth and development in developed, emerging and developing economies through direct effect on the GDP by increasing economic activities and indirectly through multiplier effect, backward and forward linkages among the various sectors of the economy (Anyaehie&Areji, 2015; Akpan, 2009;Gachino, 2007). Classical and neo-classical economics theory projected convergence between poor developing countries and the developed countries in the longrun largely due to transfer of technology and capital from the developed countries to the developing countries. One of the way capital and technology are transferred from developed countries to developing countries is through the inflow of foreign direct investment that can only be possible through economic diversification (Solow, 1956; Romer, 1990; Noko, 2016b). Lewis (1954) argued that what is happening in the modern sector of the economy (industrial and modernized agriculture sector) determines how labour and capital flow from the traditional sector (primitive framing practice) to the modern sector (Timms, 2008). Economic diversification therefore becomes a necessity for sustained growth in developing countries that are largely dependent on the production, utilization and export of one particular type of product over time.
Hence, FDI appears to a key driver underlying the strong growth performance experienced by the Malaysian economy. Furthermore, Malaysia government recognizes that foreign investment particularly in manufacturing helped Malaysia to improve economy growth and provide benefit of employment opportunity. In addition, FDI also acts as an agent of transformation in the Malaysian economy. This is proven with the dominance of the influx of FDI into the manufacturing sector in its transformation from agricultural economy to industrialized economy (Abdul Rahim, 2006). Wong and Jomo (2005) point out that FDI can bring in foreign exchange to be used in the payment of necessary capital and intermediate goods imports, consequently, solving the foreign exchange problems.
Country can have many benefits particularly in increasing value added and employment as well as diffusion of technology and management, and access to world markets if it strengthens the linkages between multinational corporations. Linkages usually develop domestic industry and it allows domestic large corporation to grow and move into export markets and it is easiest part of broadening networks and it must be