Opportunities & threats posed by entry into international markets

IB Business Management: Opportunities & threats posed by entry into international markets

Opportunities are a set of factors in the external business environment that create prospects or openings for a firm’s growth and development. Entry into international markets can provide many opportunities for businesses, Examples include:Many multinational companies have benefited from offshoring to ChinaFinancial incentives – Multinational companies may be enticed by foreign governments that offer financial incentives...


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